The “Nouvelle” is Alive

 

Creator of the Nouvelle Cuisine movement Christian Millau
Christian Millau

In an interview with Spanish newspaper El Dia, gastronomic critic Christian Millau, who in 1973 established the rules of the “Nouvelle Cuisine,” assures that this movement is still alive.

Millau affirms that 35 years after the creation of this movement, pioneering chefs like Joel Robuchon continue this cooking style that once competed with the showiness and decoration of the French tradition. 
 
Millau, who, in November 2008, received the International Prize of “The Best of Gastronomy,” considers “Nouvelle Cuisine” present in kitchens all over the world and what Ferran Adrià has done is “something else;” he has brought his creativity to the highest levels.  Continue reading “The “Nouvelle” is Alive” »

Redefining Mexican Cuisine

Pueblo Bonito Oceanfront Resorts & Spas and Pueblo Bonito Executive Chef Antonio de Livier hosted PacifiCooks July 12-30 at Pueblo Bonito’s Sunset Beach Resort & Spa in Los Cabos, Mexico. The event showcased authentic Mexican dining through the craftsmanship of some of Latin America’s most popular Master Chefs, as well as culinary artists from Mexico.
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