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Chef Daniel Boulud: Cooking in New York City

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Four-star chef Daniel Boulud is renowned for taking fine American ingredients and combining them with time-honored culinary traditions to create a contemporary French cuisine that evolves with the rhythm of the seasons. In Chef Daniel Boulud: Cooking in New York City, Daniel reveals to readers his philosophy behind his cooking and the concepts behind each of his three distinctive restaurants. From his approach to raw ingredients to his appreciation of each of his three chefs at the three restaurants, Daniel ...
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Overview

Four-star chef Daniel Boulud is renowned for taking fine American ingredients and combining them with time-honored culinary traditions to create a contemporary French cuisine that evolves with the rhythm of the seasons. In Chef Daniel Boulud: Cooking in New York City, Daniel reveals to readers his philosophy behind his cooking and the concepts behind each of his three distinctive restaurants. From his approach to raw ingredients to his appreciation of each of his three chefs at the three restaurants, Daniel offers us a very personal look at what makes him tick as a chef and restaurateur.

New York City, with its vibrant energy, melting pot of ethnicities, and excellence and diversity of cuisines, is one of DanielĀ¹s continual inspirations. In these pages he introduces us to his favorite vegetable, fish, shellfish and meat suppliers as well as his best-loved neighborhoods and local restaurants.

Following Daniel throughout a regular day, from the staff meeting he conducts in his kitchen to his favorite hot dog stand on the streets of New York, from the Citymeals-on-Wheels charity function at Rockefeller Center where he cooks his famed db Burger to the late-night sushi restaurant where he takes his cooks when the evening shift is over, we get an exciting behind-the-scenes look at what inspires this highly creative chef.

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  • ISBN-13: 9782843233708
  • Publisher: Assouline
  • Publication date: 11/1/2002
  • Pages: 220
  • Product dimensions: 7.54 (w) x 11.14 (h) x 1.17 (d)

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