First with “Le Fooding” and “Le Clan des Madones” from November 15th to 17th, thirteen favorite girls from this new generation of girls who cook and uncork bottles will take the reins of a garage transformed into a restaurant for the occasion and will far exceed culinary boundaries, since its theme will be liberated female chefs (neither victims of masculine/feminine gender roles, nor engaged in a battle to win titles previously reserved only for men).;
Camille Fourmont (La Buvette - Paris 11th) will pilot the cocktail bites and Laura Vidal (Frenchie’s sommelière - Paris 2nd) the wines of Catherine Breton (Domaine Breton - Loire). In between all that, dinners prepared by six hands, elaborated by three different chefs each evening during two services (7pm and 10pm), each one gathering 50 people.
Discover the program by clicking on the press kit. (In French)
Secondly, the cookbook exhibition about the culinary world, the chefs and the people who support them in partnership with Le Palais des Beaux Arts will be held from October 18th to January 09th, 2014. The exhibition explores the relationship between art and the creative cooking process that chefs experience, examining their common approach to the transformation of materials. It features contemporary art of renowned artists alongside cookbooks, drawings, sketches, collages and videos executed by well-known chefs from all over the world.
The names involved are: Albert and Ferran Adrià, Andoni Aduriz, Inaki Aizpitarte, Massimiliano Alajmo, Yannick Alleno, Eneko Atxa, Massimo Bottura, Michel Bras, Alexandre Gauthier, Bertrand Grebaut, Rodolfo Guzman, Daniel Humm, Virgilio Martinez, Magnus Nilsson, Paul Pairet, Alain Passard, Daniel Patterson, René Redzepi, Davide Scabin, and Michel Troisgros.
To know more about the cookbook exhibition, please click on the press kit. (in French)