Food: Inspiration from the latest Madrid Fusion culinary summit

Standing in a room filled with over 90 Michelin stars in total was an unforgettable, overwhelming moment which I shall treasure for the rest of my life.

By ISAAC MASSIAS
February 2, 2017 15:02
Madrid Fusion International Summit of Gastronomy

A woman serves olive oil during the Madrid Fusion 13th International Summit of Gastronomy in Madrid, two years ago. (photo credit: REUTERS)

 
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Last week Madrid was transformed for three days into the world’s gastronomic capital by hosting the 15th Madrid Fusion culinary summit. Guests ranged from top worldwide celebrity chefs to new young talent.

Focusing on a different theme each year, Madrid Fusion has evolved into one of the world’s leading gastronomic events. This yearly occasion unites pioneering chefs from the likes of the Roca brothers, Juan Maria Arzak and his daughter Elena Arzak, Angel Leon, the incredible Janice Wong and many others.

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