French food notes - November 2018

Notes on food in France including a monster mash, a stylish pepper mill and a new chocolate bar....

Food notes

How this monster mash defined a culinary legend

It appears to be a requirement in French culinary circles that every top chef’s creative life be conveniently distilled into one single, stop-the-clocks dish that they have either invented, made their own or willingly allied themselves to.

When Paul Bocuse, the King of Lyon and daddy of all modern French chefs, passed away in January 2018 aged 91, in amongst the glittering obituaries ...

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