The first edition of MasterÑam begins, the Master in Management and Innovation in Gastronomic Culture from Cádiz University.
Reading the program, it seems to be a unique opportunity to delve into the humanistic and social aspects of gastronomy, which are so fundamental. It is not simply about what we eat, but why we eat it, what has led us to it, why there is such a diversity of dishes in one place or another. In short, to understand the world of gastronomy.
The list of speakers and institutions participating is very promising, with the participation of experts from the Basque Culinary Center, Pompeu Fabra University, the University of Maryland, the A Poniente restaurant, Arzak or the Michelin Guide, as well as the Cádiz Provincial Council, among others.
The first week has been focused on the art of communication, something useful in any field. Eugenio Camacho has been in charge of these sessions.
It starts from the premise enunciated by Pericles, an Athenian politician and speaker: “Those who can think, but cannot express what they think, place themselves at the level of those who cannot think“. Precisely, if we do not know how to express an idea or initiative in a clear and effective manner, it will be as if we had no idea or initiative at all.