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Paul Bocuse

  1. rip
    How Paul Bocuse Became the Most Legendary Chef in FranceAn icon in his home country, Paul Bocuse was considered to be a culinary god by chefs around the world.
  2. rip
    Paul Bocuse Has DiedThe legendary chef and pioneer of nouvelle cuisine was 91.
  3. RIP
    Master Chef Roger Vergé Has Died — This Is His LegacyThe nouvelle cuisine pioneer, who was widely considered to be one of the most underrated chefs of the 20th century, was 85.
  4. Results
    Team USA Takes Silver for the First Time Ever at the Bocuse d’Or 2015The closest we had gotten previously was sixth place.
  5. Crushing It
    Paul Bocuse’s Tattoo Selfie Is Just OutstandingThe 88 year-old chef won Facebook.
  6. Say Cheese
    Paul Bocuse Opening Ratatouille-Themed Restaurant at Disneyland ParisFresh ratatouille will be on the menu, of course.
  7. The Pope
    Paul Bocuse Remains Hospitalized in Lyon“He’s fine,” a representative says.
  8. Foodievents
    Meet the USA’s Bocuse d’Or 2015 CompetitorsThey’re going for the gold.
  9. Fast Food
    Le Horror: Paris Restaurants Serve Mass-Produced Tarte Tatin and Frozen LentilsPaul Bocuse is watching you — he sees your every move.
  10. Honor Badge
    Today France Debated Which Restaurants Can Call Themselves ThemselvesIt’s made from scratch or from nothing at all, the chefs say.
  11. Openings
    Now Open: The Bocuse Restaurant, the Culinary Institute of America’s NewIt’s more casual than the Escoffier Restaurant.
  12. Chef Shuffles
    Cafe des Artistes Owner Jean Pierre Bosc Joins Kendall’s BrasserieThe chef worked under Paul Bocuse and is a veteran of Jean Paul Lacombe’s Leon de Lyon.
  13. Foodievents
    Even Las Vegas Loves Paul Bocuse!Chefs like Guy Savoy and Joël Robuchon will team up to cook dishes that are influenced by the respected French toque.
  14. Foodievents
    Today’s Chefs All Basically Adore Paul Bocuse — and Who Can BlameKind words from Thomas Keller, Eric Ripert, Charlie Palmer, and more.
  15. Bocuse D'or
    Dispatches From the Bocuse d’Or: Day OneGillian Duffy chats with Team USA at the culinary competition in Lyon.
  16. Foodievents
    Anisette Celebrates Rhône-Alpes At Dinner This WeekAlain Giraud offers a menu from one of the world’s best gastronomic regions.
  17. Mediavore
    Rachel Ray Rewards Diddy; Gordon Ramsay Loses His Right-Hand-ManA valued assistant leaves the host of Hell’s Kitchen, while California looks to be a major player in the olive oil industry.
  18. Mediavore
    Thanksgiving Dinner for 1,200; No Pumpkin Shortage in BostonPlus: Brigham’s owner vows to save jobs, and France cottons on to fast food, all in our morning news roundup.
  19. NewsFeed
    Paul Bocuse Himself to Attend Bocuse d’Or SemfinalsThe contest founder will observe Team USA’s challenge.
  20. NewsFeed
    Will Alain Ducasse Take Over Restaurant Paul Bocuse?From one French titan to another.
  21. Mediavore
    Vertical Farms Coming to New York?; Manhattan Immune to Starbucks Closings (forPlus Spike Mendelsohn’s creepy admirer, Aamos goes west, and more, in our morning news roundup.
  22. Back of the House
    Inside the Troubled Russian Tea Room; Meyer and Others on Media ScrutinyThe fullest account yet of the debacle that is the new Russian Tea Room. Gary Robins comes out looking far more sinned against than sinning, and the owner comes out looking like a jerk. [NYP] A blue-ribbon panel including Mario Batali, Bill Telepan, and Danny Meyer study the question of whether it’s possible to open a restaurant under the radar. The near unanimous answer is no. Will Goldfarb suggests one way: “Do it in Queens.” [Snack] Pichet Ong formerly of Spice Market is the first of the hot pastry chefs to open his own restaurant, the eponymous P*ong. Rivals Sam Mason and Jehangir Mehta (formerly of Aix) are close behind. [NYS] Related: The Launch [Grub Street]