Enter for a Chance to Win an elBulli-Inspired Chicago Dinner Giveaway

Enter for a Chance to Win an elBulli-Inspired Chicago Dinner Giveaway

Enter to win a private dinner for you and seven friends with Kitchit chef Richard Farina in Chicago and a copy of Ferran Adrià’s newly-released seven volume set, elBulli 2005-2011 (courtesy of Phaidon). Chef Farina will be preparing a multi-course modernist dinner inspired by the cookbook, which is a complete record of the 750 recipes created in the last six years of the legendary restaurant. Dinner will be held at the Lincoln Park Williams-Sonoma store.

 

Enter to win!

Submit your email address by March 31, 2014 at 12 p.m. PST to enter.
  • Type your email address and click submit to enter the giveaway. Please note that by entering this sweepstakes, you are consenting to receive marketing emails from Williams-Sonoma, Kitchit and Phaidon Press.

 

About Kitchit & Chef Farina: 

Kitchit is everyone’s private restaurant. Kitchit is the easiest way to have an amazing dinner party. With just a few clicks, you and your friends can enjoy a restaurant quality experience right in the comfort of your own home. The chef takes care of everything, from shopping to cleanup.

 

Chef Richard “Richie” Farina is the executive chef of Michelin-starred Moto Restaurant in Chicago. He has also been featured on nationally syndicated Future Food as well as the 9th season of the hit Bravo television program Top Chef.

 

About the Author & Book:

Deep in Spanish Catalonia sits the gastronomic mecca elBulli. Opening the restaurant for only six months every year, Ferran Adrià and his team spent the remainder experimenting and innovating new menus. With one volume for each season elBulli was open between 2005 and 2011, the collection features all 750 plus recipes served at the restaurant, each accompanied by gorgeous photography, texts and instructions written and tested by the legendary Ferran Adrià and his team.

 

About Phaidon Press:

Phaidon is the world’s premier publisher of books on the arts. We believe passionately in the creative act and an aim to make it exciting and understandable by all and to celebrate its greatness in everything we produce.

 

*Enter for a chance to win an elBulli-inspired Dinner for eight at the Lincoln Park Williams-Sonoma store and one set of elBulli 2005-2011. The approximate retail value “ARV” (Approximate Retail Value:  $2,000); TRAVEL IS NOT INCLUDED. NO PURCHASE NECESSARY TO ENTER OR WIN; odds of winning depend upon number of eligible entries received; Sweepstakes begins on 6:00AM PST on March 1, 2014 and ends on 12:00pm PST on March 31, 2014; open only to residents of the 50 United States of America or the District of Columbia who are 18 years old or older as of entry time; void where prohibited; see Official Rules for complete details; Sponsor: Williams-Sonoma, 3250 Van Ness Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94109.

 

Photo Credit: elBulli 2005-2011 courtesy of Phaidon.com; Richard Farina by Amy Stallard

23 comments about “Enter for a Chance to Win an elBulli-Inspired Chicago Dinner Giveaway

  1. B Wong

    Since I never made it to Spain, what a wonderful treat it would be to win this!

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  2. Linda Fox

    Woo hoo!! Chef Farina can cook for me any time! Awesome event Williams-Sonoma, classy…..very classy.

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  3. J.L.S.

    Would love to finally win something in my life. And if I did ,I’d give the books to my daughter who loves good food and is a young aspiring cook. What a fun family night it would be! Good luck to everyone…I wish we all could win! Now that would be a fun party!

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  4. Brandon

    I would blog about this forever… until people tell me “dude it’s been a decade… enough already” then I might quit blogging about it. Maybe.

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  6. Savannagal

    Wow, what a wonderful opportunity. I would love to win the books. I hope there are recipes in there that I could make though. I certainly could not make the Two Caviars dish. I wouldn’t know where to find some of those obscure ingredients. It’s quite an intimidating recipe.

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  7. Barbara

    I went to the “The Family Meal” book signing on March 14th. I have been floating ever since and still can’t believe I met Ferran.❤️ I’m hooked for life. What a fantastic book that I will treasure always. Thanks Phaidon, Williams-Sonoma, and Kitchit.

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  8. Deanna bigger

    This would be the greatest thing in the world to win!!! I’m in love with this so it’s right up my alley!!!!

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  9. Rasa R

    OOOOH, a beautiful dinner with great friends prepared by a famous chef. Now that would be a great birthday celebration!

    Reply

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