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.

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.


Filed under Food, News, Outside DC, Restaurants

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