The Global Gastronomy Awards burst out in New York with a 2016 winner Dan Barber on September 25.
After a decade in Sweden’s capital, the cooking ceremony shifts to the motherland of last year’s champion, making Mexico City home to 2017 winner Enrique Olvera as well as his restaurant dubbed Pujol, another location of our tour.
A decade of top-notch cooking
For the last ten years, this reward has encouraged some of the world’s most reputable and progressive cookers, such as Dan Barber (2016, New York) and Ferran Adrià (2007, Catalonia). The entire list is available in the press kit.
Each champion not only excels in cooking but also has become first to offer initiatives reaching far beyond the plate. What’s more, some of them have successfully found solutions to a number of issues by restoring lost forms of knowledge. Meanwhile, others have sucсeeded in improving ecology or achieving social changes via cooking.
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