The third edition of ‘Chefs for Children’ will bring together on October 25 in Marbella 33 Michelin star chefs within an initiative that combines haute cuisine and solidarity. This event, which will take place at the Hotel Los Monteros, will have cooking workshops for children and a gala dinner to benefit Juegaterapia, a foundation that works so that the lives of children in chemotherapy treatments are happier and they can face their disease with an extra dose of strength and positivity.

The City Council, which has supported this solidarity project since its inception, has organized a drawing contest in several schools in the town, such as Nuestra Señora del Carmen, Hermanos Gil Muñiz, Francisco Echamendi, Los Olivos and Xarblanca. Among the participating children will be chosen 120 winners who will receive as a prize their participation in the cooking workshops taught by the chefs.

The First Deputy Mayor and Councilor for Commerce, Félix Romero, thanked the promoters and the rest of the sponsors of this event for their “great involvement”, whose objective is to teach the importance of eating healthy from childhood, without forgetting to help those who need it most. “It is a luxury to be able to count on initiatives of this caliber in our city to which the City Council shows its full support since it is a challenge to set up a project of this caliber,” he stressed.

For her part, Pilar Candil, director of Lima Comunicación, the promoter agency of this event, has specified that the chefs participating in this event featuring children and gastronomy “do so in a totally altruistic way.” “With their help and the fundamental support of our sponsors, we have managed to overcome all obstacles and move this initiative forward,” he said.

He has specified that they are the chefs Ángel León (Aponiente ***); Elena Arzak (Arzak ***); Eneko Atxa (Azurmendi ***); Jesús Sánchez (Arbor of Amos ***); Paolo Casagrande (Lasarte ***); Martín Berasategui (Martín Berasategui ***); Quique Dacosta (Quique Dacosta ***); Toño Pérez (Atrium **); Benito Gómez (Bardal **); Nacho Manzano (Casa Marcial **); Los Hermanos Torres (Hermanos Torres Kitchen **); Mario Sandoval (Coque **); Javier Olleros (Culler de Pau **); Diego Guerrero (Dstage **); Francis Paniego (El Portal del Echaurren **); Kiko Moya (L´Escaleta **); Fina Puigdevall (Les Cols **); Erlantz Gorostiza (MB **); Paco Pérez (Miramar **); Paco Morales (Noor **); Paco Roncero (Paco Roncero Restaurant **); Ramón Freixa (Ramón Freixa **); Ricard Camarena (Ricard Camarena **); Óscar Velasco, Mario Cachinero (Skina **); Fernando Villasclaras (The Lake *); José Carlos García (José Carlos García Restaurant *); Ricardo Sanz (Kabuki *); Maca de Castro (Maca de Castro *); María Gómez (Magician *); Mauricio Giovanini (Messina *), Diego Gallegos (Sollo *) and Roberto Ruiz.

On the day of the event, an exceptional gastronomic forum will take place, followed by cooking workshops with chefs and children. The day will culminate with a solidarity gala dinner with many surprises and an exclusive tasting menu, prepared by Malaga’s Michelin Star chefs Benito Gómez, Mario Cachinero, Fernando Villasclaras, José Carlos García, Mauricio Giovanini and Diego Gallegos, together with Sebastián Conejo. , executive chef of the hotel. The general director of Los Monteros, Fernando Al-Farkh, has indicated that “we have supported this project from the beginning with great enthusiasm, due to its importance from all senses”.

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