September 18, 2005
World's Most Expensive Cookbook
Many believe El Bulli to be the single best restaurant in the world.
The book (above), entitled "El Bulli 1998–2002," contains details of the development, philosophy and techniques behind the recipes along with many color photographs.
But wait — there's more.
Along with the main volume in the boxed set you get a detailed User's Guide and an interactive CD containing each recipe.
The cookbook, published last month, measures 13" x 10" x 2.5", weighs 9.7 pounds and contains 496 pages.
The book retails for $350 but amazon sells it for $220.50.
Just make sure you bring your computer to the kitchen to get the full flavor.
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I just got back from dinner at elBulli and picked up a copy that Ferran Adria signed for me. You're going to need that computer in the kitchen because all the recipes are on the cd, not in the book!
Dinner at el Bulli:
Getting There (Part 1 of 3)
The Experience (Part 2 of 3)
Critical Analysis (Part 3 of 3)
Posted by: Michael Buitron | Jul 16, 2008 10:03:19 PM
CHEF MARIO BATALI
Spanish food is delicious, but for Italian cuisine, may I recommend Chef Mario Batali's latest book: Molto Italiano.
Posted by: Tom Flowers | Dec 20, 2005 9:29:48 PM
Actually, El Bulli 1983-1993 is a bit more expensive at $492.00.
Posted by: Jonah | Dec 20, 2005 5:21:57 PM
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