Michelin-starred chefs cook in shops to fight hunger

Andrea Tumbarello, Ramon Freixa, Diego Guerrero, Carles Gaig and Maca de Castro are among the 22 chefs participating in the eighth edition of the charity event Soul Food Nights, which will take place in different stores in Madrid, Barcelona and Palma de Mallorca next Monday, November 22.

On the same day and at the same time, but with different menus, the chefs will be in charge of cooking in places in those three cities in an initiative that was born in 2013 and is promoted by Action Against Hunger (to whom the collection will be destined). Soul Food Nights is an event that “unites fashion, gastronomy and solidarity in which more than twenty renowned chefs create and present a special menu in unique spaces to fight hunger“, their promoters have explained in the presentation.

At the Royal Theater

Some cooked to be held in locations as diverse as the Royal Theater, the Ágatha Ruiz de la Prada store, the Loreto Aycuens flower shop in Madrid or the Castilla-La Mancha Tourist Office.

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Some of the chefs that will debut at the event are Alejandro Serrano, (Alejandro Serrano), Luis Ángel Pérez (Yakitoro), Juanjo López (La Tasquita de Enfrente), Joaquín Felipe (Atocha 107) or Andrea Tumbarello (Don Giovanni). The list is completed by Diego Guerrero (Dstage), Ramon Freixa (Ramon Freixa), Fran Martínez (Maralba), Maca de Castro (Maca de Castro), Ramsés González (Cancook), Joel Castanyé (La Boscana), Carlos Maldonado (Roots), Roberto Ruiz (Barracuda), Mario Payan (Kappo), Carlos Portillo (Bistronomika), Roberto Cabrera and Ricardo Álvarez (La Huerta de Carabaña), Miguel Carretero (Santerra), Javier Goya (Tricycle), Carlos Urrutikoetxea (Mr. Martín), Carles Gaig (Gaig) and Nino Redruello and Patxi Zumárraga (Fismuler).

In previous editions, chefs such as the tri-star David Muñoz (three Michelin stars) and Ángel León and Óscar Velasco (two stars), among others, have participated.


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