Want to polish your culinary skills in Europe while also revving up your political activism? You can do so starting next year at the new Basque Culinary Center in Spain, whose celebrity chef-laden advisory council also expects students to learn how to change the world through food. “Through cooking, you can make the world a better place,” says superchef Ferran Adria of Spain’s legendary El Bulli. He’s one of nine celebrity chefs who comprise the advisory council of the Basque Culinary ...
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