The Cuisine of Hubert Keller

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Ten Speed Press, 1996 - Cooking - 229 pages
This is the lavish. full-color debut of San Francisco's acclaimed French chef Hubert Keller and his restaurant, Fleur De Lys, which has been lauded as one of the finest in America. With 75 color photos and more than 150 recipes, this cookbook captures the drama and simplicity of Keller's cuisine. Full color throughout.

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Keller's ten-year-old San Francisco restaurant, Fleur de Lys, has a national, even international, reputation. The son of an Alsace patissier, Keller trained with Roger Verge, Paul Bocuse, and other ... Read full review

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About the author (1996)

Hubert Keller is known best for his world-renowned restaurants, Fleur de Lys (San Francisco, California), Fleur by Hubert Keller (Las Vegas, Nevada), and Burger Bar (San Francisco, Las Vegas, and St. Louis, Missouri). His imaginative, modern French cuisine has received numerous awards, and he is regarded as one of America's most talented chefs. His influence extends beyond his restaurant kitchens to the millions of people he reaches through his cookbooks and media appearances, including his own "Secrets of a Chef "cooking show (PBS), and "Top Chef, Top Chef Masters, Top Chef All-Stars, " and "Top Chef Just Desserts" (Bravo).
Growing up in RibeauvillE, Alsace, France, Chef Keller's passion for the culinary arts ignited early. By 16, Chef Keller knew he wanted to become a professional, and worked as an apprentice under some of the greatest French chefs&mdash

He lives in Hawaii.

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