(View video HERE.) Since th legendary restaurant elBulli’s closure three years ago, über-chef Ferran Adrià and his team at el Bulli Foundation have been working to convert the restaurant to a permanent exhibition space and creativity think tank. Components include Bullipedia, a digital archive which will map the genome of cuisine and the history of cooking. It is an ambitious undertaking that we can’t wait to see. Imagine an online resource to helps you delve into Adria’s very creative mindset by understanding the inner-workings of food?

If you are flush, you can buy el Bulli 2005-20011 to see every recipe created at the legendary restaurant during those years. It is available at Phaidon.

via Fast Company

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