Recently, Giselle from Montevideo, Uruguay and Marta and myself of Eusko Greeters, had the opportunity to take a behind the scenes look at David de Jorge’s cooking show Robin Food – Atracón a mano armada. Filmed at the facilities of famous chef, Martin Berasategui’s restaurant in Lasarte (Gipuzkoa), Spain, his fantastic show is a mix of great cooking, recipes without foolishness, great hands-on cooking lessons, portions that are huge and unwritten tricks. One of its kind and great communicator, David is a “big” guy like
his show. Cooking can be easy and enjoyable watching him. His show is a hook!.
It was thrilling for us to see what it was like behind the scenes in the new studio of Robin Food. The new set, fully in line with the needs of the program, was amazing. The shooting process was full of fun and excitement. We felt lucky to be behind the scenes at the set, watching it all happen. David was very enthusiastic while cooking. We watched him cook up some delicious recipes that won’t break the bank.
And the new kitchen, Gorgeous! Everything at your fingertips, a lot of tools, the best of the best, from small appliances to large, big space, well, I would say, a place like heaven where one can enjoy cooking!.
We were also fascinated by a motivated staff and a nice working atmosphere. The whole team made up of production technicians, cameramen, cooking crew, set designer, make-up artist and so on, were fantastic and kind to us. It’s amazing how much work goes into
making the show happen and how many people are involved!.
Thanks so much to the whole team for a nice evening behind the scenes, and ¡Viva Rusia!
(Robin Food’s greetings).
It was definitely a wonderful experience.
Here I leave some pics.
Keep up with your good work!.
Giselle, Marta and Marivi
Cooking is revelation and creation. Simone de Beauvoir (1908 – 1986)