Tag Archives: Joël Robuchon

Un Repas à bord

On May 1, 1927, the first in-flight meal was served on a flight from London to Paris. While the only good in-flight meal I’ve had was the one blissful time I was bumped up to first class, I must say … Continue reading

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Fait maison

Do you realize that when you dine out, you could be eating re-heated frozen food instead of a meal freshly prepared by a chef? It’s all too common. Recently, fifteen of France’s greatest chefs, led by super-stars Alain Ducasse and … Continue reading

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Atelier

French chef and restaurateur Joël Robuchon was born on April 7, 1945. From humble beginnings as an apprentice pastry chef at age 15, he went on to win numerous accolades, including “Chef of the Century” by the restaurant guide Gault … Continue reading

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