This was our last family meal - on our last night of service at El Bulli this season. Penne bolognese - with three kinds of cheese - we were clearing out the walk-in - parmesan, emmental, and a very blue bleu; with rosemary roasted chicken and potatoes; and as a special treat - pinwheel plates of paper-thin jamon. At the very top of the picture, you can barely make out the bar that holds up the bull's head - the infamous carved wood bull's head in the kitchen - I think you can see the bull's chin. My family dinner table was the pass - we covered it in black fabric to protect the wood. I could almost never finish my serving of family dinner food - very generous helpings which we pre-plated if we were on dinner duty. But some of the guys would go back for thirds - sometimes fourths. The two most popular family meals were probably tied at hamburgers and egg rolls - served with sweet and sour sauce. The least favourite - cabrito - kid/baby goat. Amazing quality - trimmings from the menu's sous-vide cooked kid that seared to finish with a crispy skin. Ours was usually served up as a simple, saucy stew. Very tasty but we had it maybe twice a week. We discussed how ironic it was that most people would never even taste meat of that quality once in their lives.