Fear is a, well, scary thing. And if anyone should be afraid, it should be Albert "the brother of him, who shall not be named" Adrià. He's a world-renowned chef, brother to Ferran Adrià (oops, we named him) with plenty of expectations and pressure riding on him. Yet in a new video released this week from MAD4, Adrià admits that fear isn't all so bad -- and that young chefs should be especially afraid.
Far from the academically/mildly interesting lecture series that most people expected, Thomas Keller Day at the Culinary Institute of America became, for two hours, an actual cross-section of life at The French Laundry. Thanks to photos from the CIA, we’re now really able to show you what we meant when we said that Thomas Keller, Grant Achatz, Jonathan Benno, The Mast Brothers, and a cast of dozens staged a re-enactment of service: we mean that their play, “Sense of Urgency,” really did re-enact service.