Most chefs and restaurateurs of note and accomplishment know that getting the best experience in the culinary world almost requires a several year stint in a top market, such as San Francisco or New York. In recent years, however, some of these strivers, after reaching those goals, have decided that moving to a smaller town […]
[podcast]http://cafejondreau.com/jjblog/wp-content/uploads/2009/08/andre-soltner.mp3[/podcast] Interview with Andre Soltner. Download here: andre-soltner
At Wolfgang Puck’s Meals-on-Wheels at Universal Studios lot in Los Angeles, several top chefs competed for the best new appetizer. Once again Paul Prudhomme comes away with the award. This time for his baked potato, cajun style.
This year’s event was a special tribute to some of France’s greatest chefs…..older now, but still loving what they do. This podcast we talk with Chef Soltner, one of the “originals” who was instrumental in bringing great French food and technique from France to the world.