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Mastering Simplicity: A Life in the Kitchen

by Christian Delouvrier

Other authors: Michel Arnaud (Photographer), Jennifer Leuzzi

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Presents a portrait of the life and cooking of Lespinasse's Christian Delouvrier, the four star chef who has defined French cuisine for the American dining public. Part memoir, part cookbook, this work captures the things that have brought Chef Delouvrier to the top of his profession as Executive Chef of the acclaimed four star restaurant."… (more)

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Presents a portrait of the life and cooking of Lespinasse's Christian Delouvrier, the four star chef who has defined French cuisine for the American dining public. Part memoir, part cookbook, this work captures the things that have brought Chef Delouvrier to the top of his profession as Executive Chef of the acclaimed four star restaurant."

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