Last Meal for Famous Chefs

Time recently did a piece on My Last Supper: 50 Great Chefs and Their Final Meals written by Melanie Dunea.

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DC’s Jose Andres would “recreate a barbecue he once had in an old mill in Tazones, a village in Asturias (northern Spain). It consists of warm tortillas and potato omelets, piles of percebes (gooseneck barnacles), llámpares (snail-like mollusks), and centollos (gigantic spider crabs).”

Check out what others such as Mario Batali and Nobu would eat in My Last Supper by Melanie Dunea.

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