Joël Robuchon, A Giant In French Cooking, Dies 

Robuchon won more Michelin stars than any other chef. He embraced his role as a steward of France’s cultural treasures and rejected pretentiousness. After all, his signature dish was potato puree.

“I believe it’s necessary for them to live like all other children and to discover a little of all these cuisines. They loved it because, at a certain age, all children love McDonald’s for its ambience. It corresponds to the taste of children.

“Myself, I drink Coca-Cola. Now, someone is going to say a grand chef who drinks Coca-Cola, that can’t be. But I also use ketchup. One must be open to everything. Sometimes, you feel like eating a pizza; the next day, you may feel like couscous or paella, then, the day after, you eat some more refined cuisine. All of it is necessary.”

Read full story at NPR: Joël Robuchon, A Giant In French Cooking, Dies : NPR


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