The French chef Joël Robuchon is today at the age of 73 died. That reports the newspaper Le Figaro on its website. The most famous French chef is described as a visionary that the rules of haute cuisine in a torrent of threw.
Robuchon, a pioneer of ‘Nouvelle Cuisine’, has received numerous Michelin stars behind his name. He was operating restaurants in Paris, Macao, London, hong Kong and Montreal. In Paris, he was the mentor of the well-known British televisiechef Gordon Ramsay, and also of other big names such as Eric Ripert and Michael Caines, he was a teacher.
Most Michelin stars in the world
Robuchons career was one of superlatives, and for years he was the chef with the most Michelin stars in the world. In 1990, he was recognized by gault millau voted Chef of the Century, and in 1976 he received the title of ‘Meilleur workers’ movement in France’. He also wrote several cookbooks, including the Larousse Gastronomiqe.
His style is characterized by a constant innovation and playfulness in the kitchen, which is a relief meant for the often small-minded French cuisine, according to news agency Associated Press. He was also known for his dishes with mashed potatoes. Robuchon lost the fight against cancer.
Find here the recipe for a sorbet minute of blauwbessen à la Robuchon. The classic has its popularity due to the famous French chef.