Read more about surprise departure of Juan Ferrara from Argentinian cooks (TV Pública), after 15 years in the program.
“I really wanted to celebrate these almost 15 years and share them with all of you. Unfortunately, due to decisions that are extraneous to me, it was not possible”.published, days ago, the cook on his Instagram account, making it clear that his departure from Argentinian cooks It wasn’t because of her decision.
In show partners (El Trece), Rodrigo Lussich told his information the reason for Ferrera’s departure from the renowned program.
“What should we tell Chantal Abad at the show Argentinian cooks As a driver he was a bit relegated”assured the motorist, referring to the incorporation of the former partner of Rock of Morphi (Telefe) to the cycle of public TV,
“(Juan) complained to the production because he didn’t have the position he wanted and they asked him to withdraw”Lussich added.
And Adrian Pallares added: “He claimed to be the oldest in the program. He’s been since 2009. And well, they said ‘look, if you don’t get things… Chantal was a guest one day and the truth is that she delivered, as they say on television. She has nothing to do with any of this. The production had many twists… something similar also happened with Sofía Pachano. They’re strict. ‘You do not like it?’ Well, get your things,” said the driver, recalling the conflicted departure of Aníbal Pachano’s daughter from Argentinian cooks.
For his part, Juan Ferrara is already part of it What a morning! (the nine), cycle that was previously led by the late Guillermo Calabrese and is now entrusted to Mariano Peluffo.
Juan Ferrara’s farewell letter from Cocineros Argentinos
The truth is that it was very difficult for me to start these words that I am the farewell of the Argentine chefs. There are so many strong emotions that have invaded me these days. It took me a while to express them because I gave myself the space I needed to do so. In that period, and still, hundreds of messages of affection and lots of love have not stopped reaching me. I wish I could hug each of you…
All these messages are the result of my almost 15 years of work. I feel proud of everything I’ve done and happy for having transmitted passion and joy. Happy also because the program has spread gastronomy throughout Argentina, through great chefs, food producers and land workers. We spread values that I will never stop transmitting because for me they are essential for making quality television.
I want to thank all the collaborators of the production house who have passed through these years, I have learned a lot from them. g.Thanks to Public TV and all its labor.
I really wanted to celebrate these almost 15 years and share them with all of you. Unfortunately, due to decisions that are foreign to me, it could not be done. This gives me more strength to continue working and to find new projects that I can join and that make me feel that there is still a lot to communicate and spread. The television that represents me is always made by working as a team, generating collective ideas and respecting each other.
Another time, Eternal thanks for all the care and love you give me from every corner of the country. I keep them in my heart.
Goodbye Argentinian cooks.
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