With the conference 'The rise of agricultural product. New products. New techniques', Terraza Carmona given last Tuesday by the manager Clisol, Lola Gómez; Yolanda García, Michelin star and executive chef at Restaurante Alejandro in Roquetas de Mar, and business representatives qualin Quality and Primaflor, He began the series of talks that ended yesterday in restaurant Juan Moreno with classroom training 'training possibilities and alternatives for personal hospitality'.
At the meeting last Wednesday, Also held at Terraza Carmona, attendees learned the "Symbiosis of Science and Cooking" Hand of Hope Torija, professor at the Complutense University of Madrid. For his part, Antonio Zapata, culinary expert, He made a journey 'From tradition to modernity'. Later, Yolanda Granados member of Love My Salad Spain presented an innovative project of gastronomic promotion. The grand finale José Manuel Berenguer put, Hotel chef MC San Jose (Almería) who delighted the audience with a show cooking in which the latest culinary techniques were applied.
Yesterday the closing lecture series, with the 'Aula training' in the restaurant Juan Moreno, where attendees, including especially young students cooking, They discovered the possibilities and alternative training for hospitality staff. presentations, by Antonio Naranjo, President of the Andalusian Federation of Private Education Companies; José Torrente, President of the Association of Chefs and Confectioners of Almería, Professor of the Technical Teachers FP; and Lorenzo Chaplain Toro, Inspector of Education and professor of Anthropology at the University of Granada, They were followed by the audience with great expectations.
Felix Lopez, Mayor Vera, He highlighted during the three days "the importance of having had the brilliance and knowledge of people with much experience in the culinary world. In this second edition of GastroAndalucía we have incorporated this cycle of conferences that are the preamble of the three days of tastings, crafts and folklore that make up the event ". At the close of the last conference, the first veratense mayor revealed "Vera support the candidacy of Almería as the national capital of gastronomy in 2019. Almería deserves as a tourist-gastronomic destination and played an important role in the recent International Tourism Fair Fitur ". "Precisely, gastronomic tourism is gaining relevance that requires us to respond with quality and craftsmanship to the huge demand generated in this type of tourism ", He concluded.