La Agencia France Press (AFP) ha realizado un interesante reportaje sobre como la gastronomía es un elemento de atracción de turismo internacional y que esto está permitiendo que, en ciertas areas concretas como San Sebastián, este sector, en todas sus variantes, pueda soportar mejor la crisis. Nos habla, además, del Basque Culinary Center y de cómo los cursos de cocina están siendo un foco de interés de las personas que buscan una salida laboral.

Dejamos los enlaces a los vídeos y a la información de AFP y algunas de las repercusiones que ha tenido el reportaje a nivel internacional

Agencia France Press – 16/10/2012 -Francia

Gastronomy nourishes Spain’s gourmet city

Foreign visitors are helping keep San Sebastian restaurants in business while Spaniards are spending less (AFP, Rafa Rivas)

Ham with brie, wild mushroom croquettes, cured-meat ravioli: gourmet cooking has put this Basque town on the gastronomic map, drawing visitors from around the world. Now its culinary assets — which include more Michelin stars per square metre than anywhere else in the world, and the world’s first university of gastronomy — are nourishing it in the economic crisis.

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San Sebastian students use food to fight the crisis

Video en francés

Video en castellano

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Times of Oman – 16/10/2012 – Oman

Gastronomy nourishes Spain’s gourmet city

Ham with brie, wild mushroom croquettes, cured-meat ravioli: gourmet cooking has put this Basque town on the gastronomic map, drawing visitors from around the world. Now its culinary assets — which include more Michelin stars per square metre than anywhere else in the world, and the world’s first university of gastronomy — are nourishing it in the economic crisis.

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Le Nouvel Observateur – 16/10/2012 -Francia

La gastronomie, arme anti-crise au Pays basque espagnol

Jambon au brie, croquettes de bolets, raviolis de viande séchée: une infinité de saveurs accueille le visiteur dans les bars de Saint-Sébastien, haut-lieu de la gastronomie basque, un atout touristique qui se double d’une arme anti-crise. Les gourmets n’ont que l’embarras du choix dans cette cité balnéaire du nord de l’Espagne, la ville au monde à la plus forte densité de chefs étoilés, qui accueille depuis l’an dernier le premier centre universitaire gastronomique: le Basque Culinary Center.

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IAfrica – 16/10/2012  – Sudáfrica

Gastronomy feeds gourmet city

Ham with brie, wild mushroom croquettes, cured-meat ravioli: gourmet cooking has put this Basque town on the gastronomic map, drawing visitors from around the world. Now its culinary assets – which include more Michelin stars per square metre than anywhere else in the world, and the world’s first university of gastronomy – are nourishing it in the economic crisis.

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Euranet – 18/10/2012  – Europa

La gastronomie basque espagnole ne connaît pas la crise

Jambon au brie, croquettes de bolets, raviolis de viande séchée, ce sont les mille et une saveurs que vont découvrir le visiteur dans les bars de Saint-Sébastien, haut-lieu de la gastronomie basque.

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My Sinchew – 18/10/2012 – Malasya

Gastronomy nourishes Spain’s gourmet city

Ham with brie, wild mushroom croquettes, cured-meat ravioli: gourmet cooking has put this Basque town on the gastronomic map, drawing visitors from around the world. Now its culinary assets — which include more Michelin stars per square metre than anywhere else in the world, and the world’s first university of gastronomy — are nourishing it in the economic crisis.

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Channel News Asia – 18/10/2012 – Singapur

Gastronomy nourishes Spain’s gourmet city

Ham with brie, wild mushroom croquettes, cured-meat ravioli: gourmet cooking has put this Basque town on the gastronomic map, drawing visitors from around the world. Now its culinary assets — which include more Michelin stars per square metre than anywhere else in the world, and the world’s first university of gastronomy — are nourishing it in the economic crisis.

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