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Curso de cocina Fusión Española – India tecno – emocional


 Curso de cocina  Fusión Española –  India  tecno – emocional.
Spanish – Indian Techno-emotional Fusion cuisine course.


Viernes 24 y Sábado 25 de agosto de 2012
Friday 24th and Saturday 25th of August of 2012

Duración: 8 horas (Viernes y sábado de 4:00 p.m. a 8:00 p.m.)
Duration: 8 hours (Friday and Saturday form 4:00 PM to 8:00PM)
Matrícula / Enrollment: 2.000 Rp
Contacto / Contact: cenndel@cervantes.es
"No busques el éxito, busca la felicidad, porque la cocina no es una moda. La cocina es el lenguaje más universal y no tiene límites" 


“Do not look for success; look for happiness, because cooking is not a fashion. Cooking is the most universal language and has no limits”.

  Ferrán Adrià  (abril / April 2012)





Introducción:

El Insituto Cervantes de New Delhi invita a comprender los conceptos que hacen a la nueva cocina tecno emocional española, considerada  como un lenguaje que requiere  de la unión de socio cultura con el  arte   y la ciencia. En la gastronomía molecular Española, El arte de cocinar es un acto sensorial - emocional donde se busca sorprender, recordar y emocionar manteniendo la fidelidad de los sabores mediterráneos españoles.

La cocina española se ha caracterizado por una evolución técnica - cultural  basada en la tradición de los platos llamados “de cuchara”. Esta nueva cocina molecular,  nacida en los años 90 llega a su apogeo con la mano del chef Ferrán Adrià  en El Bulli restaurant. El es el generador, el impulsor  de dar protagonismo a la creatividad en los platos y la libertad en la selección de los maridajes de las bebidas.

En este curso, se trata que Ud. profesional y aficionado amante de la buena cocina hacer una reflexión y acercamiento a la a rica gastronomía Española actual y su unión con  la cocina India a  través de las identidades mediterráneas  en ella se hablara de snacks (secos y frescos) tapas, espumas, platos, tapas/platos, de-cosntruccion, avant postres, postres, petit fours y morphing que definen de forma general este nuevo mundo sensorial propio de la España del siglo XXI.

Introduction:

Instituto Cervantes of New Delhi invites you to understand the concepts of the new techno-emotional Spanish cooking, considered as a language that requires the sociocultural union between art and science. In the molecular Spanish gastronomy, the art of cooking is considered as a sensitive-emotional act, which attempts to surprise, remember and arise emotion, staying loyal to the Spanish Mediterranean flavors.

Spanish cutlery is characterized by a techno – cultural evolution based on the traditional “platos de cuchara” (home made meals). This new molecular cooking, born in the early 90´s, reaches its peak under the work of Chef Ferrán Adriá, in the restaurant El Bulli. He is the generator, and driving force behind the creativity in the meals and the liberty in the selection, and pairings of drinks.

The main purpose of this course is for the individual, either professional or fan, to enjoy good cooking, reflect on the approach of delicious Spanish gastronomy and its union with Indian cooking through similar Mediterranean identities. In the course you will discuss snacks (cold, warm) “tapas”, froths, meals, tapas-plates, de-construction, avant deserts, deserts, petit fours and morphing which define much of Spain’s new world sensitivity, present in the 21st century. 

Objetivos


·         Comprender que  la cocina es un acto cultural.
·         Mantener lo autóctono como estilo - sentimiento de vinculación con el contexto geográfico, y cultural de la  tradición culinaria
·         Comprender que todos los productos tienen el mismo valor gastronómico, independientemente de su precio
·         Utilizar productos del mundo vegetal, del mar, lácteos, frutos secos y otros elementos que en su conjunto configuran una cocina ligera
·         Preservar siempre la pureza del sabor original del producto o receta salvo que se busquen matices.
·         Aprovechar al máximo las técnicas de cocción, tanto clásicas como modernas
·         Buscar las relaciones  técnico-conceptuales como vértice de la creatividad.
·         Crear un lenguaje propio cada vez más codificado por globalización de los conceptos.
·         Expresar la vanguardia en el menú como su máxima expresión.
·         Descubrir las uniones, lazos entre la gastronomía Española e India.

Objectives 


·         Understand that cooking is a cultural act
·         Maintain native cooking style- feeling entailment with the geographical and cultural context of traditional cutlery.
·         Understand the fact that all products have the same value gastronomically, independent of the price.
·         Use different products such as vegetables, seafood, dairy, dry fruit, and other elements which make for light cooking.
·         Always preserve the purity of the original flavour of the product or recipe.
·         Make the most of all the different techniques used in cooking, both classical and modern.
·         Find the relation between conceptual techniques as a vertex to creativity
·         Create a language, which is becoming more and more encoded by the globalization of cooking concepts.
·         Express the “vanguard” in the menu as its central and most important concept.
·         Discover the ties between Spanish and Indian gastronomy.







Metodología:

1º día:

·         Introducción a la nueva cocina española. Ejemplos en el mundo vegetal, marino, lácteo, animal.
·         Que es la gastronomía molecular y la tecno emocional.
·         Evolución  de la cocina mediterranea moderna. Ejemplos gastronómicos.
·         Las técnicas de cocina moderna. Ejemplos.
·         Texturas, Platos deconstruidos, Sferificación, Gelificación, Emulsificación, Espesantes and Surprises.
·         Video 1º: El Bulli restaurant. Documental

2º día:

·         La cocina de autor. Ejemplo. Degustación.
·         La cocina India desde la visión de la cocina Española
·         Aspectos comunes y diferentes.
·         La cocina Fusión: Hispano Indio. Platos fríos, tibios, calientes, gélidos,  salados, arroces, legumbres, picantes, dulces. Recetas.
·         Conclusión: reflexión y discusión abierta.
·         Video2: “cooking in progress”. Película documental  2012

Methodology

Day 1:

·         Introduction to new Spanish cooking. Examples using vegetables, marine food, dairy and meat.
·         What are molecular and techno-emotional gastronomies?
·         Evolution of modern Mediterranean cooking. Gastronomic examples.
·         Video 1: El Bulli restaurant. Documentary.
·         Modern cooking techniques. Examples.
·         Textures deconstructed meals: Sferification, Icefication, Emulsification, Thickening and Surprises

Day2:.

·         Author’s cooking. Example. Tasting.
·         Indian cooking from a Spanish cooking point of view.
·         Similar and differential aspects.
·         Fusion cooking. Hispanic Hindi. Cold meals, tepid, warm, iced, salted, rices, beans, vegetables, spices, sweets. Recipes.
·         Conclusion: Reflection and open discussion
·         Video2: ¨cooking in progress¨. Documentary 2012



Chef / Chef: 


Guillermo Torino,   emprendedor -  diseñador -  chef  español   con   más    de 20   años   de experiencia   en   servicio de calidad y lujo. Especialista gastronómico,  con formación en alta cocina y post grado  con Ferrán Adrià El bulli (Universidad Autónoma de Barcelona). Desde hace 4 años vive e investiga sobre la cocina fusión española mediterranea e India en New Delhi. Es fundador  del la Fundación Infinitosol (www.infinitosol.org) y del concepto Pizzalal , mediterranean fusion cuisine ( www.pizzalal.com  ) en New Delhi.


Guillermo Torino, entrepreneur – designer – Spanish chef with more than 20 years of experience in the service of quality and luxury. Gastronomy specialist, formed under elite cooking and post graduate alongside Ferran Adria El bulli (autonomous university of Barcelona). Has been livin and investigating the fusion of Spanish Mediterranean cooking and India cooking in New Delhi.
Founder of Infinitosol Foundation (www.infinitosol.org) and the concept of the pizzalal, Mediterranean fusion cuisine (www.pizzalal.com ) in New Delhi.

'Historicity of Vedic & Ramayana Eras:

Vivekananda International Foundation cordially invites you


to the release of the book 

'Historicity of Vedic & Ramayana Eras: Scientific Evidences from the Depths of Oceans to the Heights of Skies' [By Saroj Bala & Kulbhushan Mishra]

by

Kumari Selja, Hon'ble Union Minister of Culture

Shri Subhash Chandra
Chairman, Global Foundation for Civilizational Harmony(India) &
Chairman,Essel Group

will preside
 
on Friday, 24th August 2012  

at 5:30pm

Venue : Vivekananda International Foundation
              
3, San Martin Marg
               Chanakyapuri,
               New Delhi-110021


[Formal Invitation card attached]

Manash Bhattacharjee
Asst. Secretary

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Seb Coe pays tribute to athletes, volunteers and spectators in Closing Ceremony

London 2012 Chair Seb Coe thanked the hundreds of thousands of people who helped to make the last 16 days a success during the stunning ceremonial finale to the Olympic Games.
The Flag and the Flame
Mayor of Rio de Janeiro Eduardo Paes flies the Olympic Flag during the Closing Ceremony.


Speaking during the Closing Ceremony of the Olympic Games in the Olympic Stadium in Stratford, he said: 'The British people got behind London's bid and they got behind London's Games. Our Opening Ceremony proclaimed that these would be a Games for everyone. At our Closing Ceremony, we can say that these were a Games by everyone.'
In addition to thanking those who built the venues and helped organise the Games, Seb Coe played tribute to the athletes for their outstanding performances. 'To all the Olympians who came to London to compete - thank you. Those of us who came to watch witnessed moments of heroism and heartbreak that will live long in the memory. You have our admiration and our congratulations.'
He added: 'On the first day of these Games I said we were determined to do it right. I said that these Games would see the best of us.
'On this last day I can conclude with these words: When our time came - Britain, we did it right. Thank you!'
The President of the International Olympic Committee (IOC), Jacques Rogge, declared the Games of the 30th Olympiad closed just before midnight: 'We will never forget the smiles, the kindness and the support of the wonderful volunteers, the much-needed heroes of these Games.
He also thanked the public for their enthusiastic support. 'You, the spectators and the public, provided the soundtrack for these Games. Your enthusiastic cheers energised its competitors and brought a festive spirit to every Olympic venue.'
The grand finale of the Games saw the Olympic Flame extinguished in a spectacular sequence.
Each participating team will receive one of the Olympic Cauldron's petals to take home with them.
The spectacular ceremony also looked forward to the next summer Olympic Games in 2016, as the Olympic Flag was handed over to the Mayor of Rio de Janeiro, Eduardo Paes.

Nicola Adams wins first-ever women’s boxing gold



Nicola Adams of Britain secured the first-ever women’s boxing gold medal on the sport’s Olympic debut at London 2012 while Katie Taylor delivered Ireland its first gold of the Games on Thursday.

In the first of three women’s finals at the ExCel centre, Adams outboxed China’s Ren Cancan in the 51 kilogramme flyweight division.
Adams had three-time world champion Ren on the canvas midway through the second round with a left and right combination on her way to a comprehensive 16-7 points win.
“It’s a dream come true. I am so happy and overwhelmed with joy right now,” said Adams, who had twice lost in world championship finals to Ren. “I have wanted this all my life and I have done it.”
Urged on by a huge Irish contingent in the 10,000-strong crowd, Taylor gave Ireland its first boxing gold since Michael Carruth at Barcelona 1992 with victory over Russia’s Sofya Ochigava by a 10-8 scoreline.


The stand off between Morsi and army General to continue and  Egypt faces tough time ahead to settle their goverance issue.Army has introduced constitution to retain more powers in running the government and the elected government needs to turn the table to retain powers.How far this tussel travel,the people of Egypt wait for their elected government to show results.

 Morsi took bold initiative as on Sunday  appointed senior judge Mahmoud Mekki as his vice president,
 Gen. Abdel Fattah al-Sissi as defense minister, the commander of the armed forces, replacing Tantawi. Moris ordered the retirement of the commanders of the Air Force, Air Defense and the Navy,the Army’s chief of staff  too was asked to relieved of duty.

Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi pronounced Sunday that he was sacking the country’s two top military chiefs, will it be a provocative move that could provoke a backlash from the military amid a contentious debate over presidential powers.

Morsi, the country’s democraticaly   elected president, further announced he was suspending a constitutional decree the country’s generals passed on the eve of his election in June that sharply reduced the powers of the presidency and gave the military vast authority.


Egypt sent hundreds of troops and armored vehicles into northern Sinai to tackle militants operating near the border in an offensive that commanders said has so far killed 20 people.Egyptian security forces on Sunday killed seven Islamists militants in a raid on their hideouts in the strategic northern Sinai Peninsula during a drive to flush the insurgents out of the area.

The violence erupted when security forces raided the hideouts of the militants in al-Goura village in Sheikh Zoweid area in the northern Sinai region that borders Israel and the Gaza Strip, Egyptian media reported.
The bodies of those militants killed and the wounded were taken to the el-Arish Hospital, they said. The militants possessed rocket-propelled grenades, automatic guns and a large number of hand grenades, security sources said, adding they had exchanged fire with the army.
The fresh violence comes days after the start of a military operation in the region against militants who killed 16 Egyptian soldiers last Sunday.Sunday’s clashes took place after armed men attacked several Egyptian army checkpoints.
The Al-Ahram website reported that armed men fired on a checkpoint near the eastern entrance to Sheikh Zuwayed, on the Rafah-Arish international road. Eight armed men fired on another army position on the Arish-Ouja road.
Quoting eyewitnesses it said army forces exchanged fire with the assailants before they fled into a nearby mountainous area after reinforcements arrived.In a separate incident, three policemen were killed and four others injured when their car overturned while chasing suspected militants on the international road in central Sinai, state-run news agency MENA reported.
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Condemning the recent attack on a Gurdwara in Wisconsin that left six Sikhs dead, US President Barack Obama has said attack on any faith is an attack on the freedom of all Americans and such acts have no place in the American society.

"The attack on Americans of any faith is an attack on the freedom of all Americans. No American should ever have to fear for their safety in their place of worship. Every American has the right to practice their faith both openly and freely, and as they choose," Obama said on the sidelines of the Iftar dinner hosted by him at the White House.
Asserting that the perpetrators of such "despicable" acts can never come good over the "compassion, goodness and strength of the united American family," Obama reiterated such acts of violence had "no place" in US society.
"Tonight, our prayers, in particular, are with our friends and fellow Americans in the Sikh community. We mourn those who were senselessly murdered and injured in their place of worship," Obama said, stressing that the US was committed to defend its universal right to freedom of religion.
The US President appreciated the "extraordinary courage" shown by Muslim women during the recent Arab Spring.
He also praised Huma Abedin, a former White House employee and presently an aide to Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, terming her a "good friend" and an "American patriot".
Prominent among those who attended the the fourth Iftar dinner hosted by Obama included Ambassadors from various countries including Pakistan, Afghanistan and Bangladesh.
However Indian Ambassador to the US Nirupama Rao, unlike her predecessor Meera Shankar, was not among the attendees.

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