What happens when three of the world's most advanced culinary minds get together in front of a crowd of 300 breathlessly attentive invited foodies to talk about "Ideas of Today, Foods of Tomorrow"? Between Ferran Adrià's professorial dissertation attempting to define exactly what kind of experience we are talking about (delivered through an interpreter), Juan Mari Arzak's pithy comments on some of the admittedly space-alien stuff going on around him and José Andrés' impassioned if somewhat sketchy defense of avant-garde cuisine, you could leave the gathering in Los Angeles scratching your head.
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