Le Cordon Bleu Madrid presented the first episode of 'Equibocados', a documentary that normalises mistakes in the learning process
On Monday 12th of June, the Institute presented its first documentary, "Equibocados", which reflects on the stigma of error as a necessary tool for growth, from the perspective of gastronomy and through the experiences of its team of producers, Spanish chefs, and other experts in the sector.
The documentary, filmed between Galicia and Valencia, recounts the vision of several gastronomy professionals, from bakers, farmers, beekeepers, and Michelin star chefs such as Javier Olleros, chef of Culler de Pau; the baker Guillermo Moscoso, of Pan da Moa; the Valencian chef Ricard Camarena, of the restaurant Ricard Camarena; Santos Ruiz, manager of arroz de Valencia; María José Martínez, chef of the restaurant Lienzo, among others. The screening of the documentary was followed by a colloquium with some of the protagonists.
The general manager of Le Cordon Bleu Madrid, Rosario Barrios, states : "The culture of immediacy and image in which we live has made us perceive error as something unacceptable, frustrating and socially frowned upon ". The institute's commitment to supporting gastronomy and highlighting the importance of training in one of the most important sectors in our country, gastronomy they seek for this documentary to reflect on the learning procedures and put the focus back on the process, and not just on the results".