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Here's Why Chef Alain Ducasse Makes His Own Chocolate From Scratch

Opinions expressed by Forbes Contributors are their own. If you ask most chefs where chocolate comes from, they’ll say, “The bag of chocolate, of course.” But Ducasse sources whole cocoa beans from fa... read more

A SIM EXCLUSIVE: Destined to cook

The third encounter, with Alain Chapel, is probably the most important since (it was here where ... to open my own bean-to-bar chocolate factory in the heart of Paris.” As with any great chef, Ducasse ... read more

Eric Greenspan, Chef

Eric Greenspan ... Alain Ducasse to name a few- before landing his first high profile chef’s job at Patina in Los Angeles four years ago. Later, a stint at the highly-regarded but short lived Meson G ... read more

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This fall's new cookbooks: 27 of our favorites

This is not a completely vegetarian cookbook — there's fish here — and there are caveats — no pasta recipes, no grain bowls — that make it ... chefs such as Alain Ducasse and Thomas Keller, Brad McDon... read more

Epiphany or bust

City folks come here, look up and remember how far the blue sky can stretch. Farm life in central Illinois ... at Alain Ducasse's Mix until midnight, then drive an hour outside Vegas to volunteer at a ... read more

Bordeaux is fast becoming a must-visit destination for the foodie set

Gordon Ramsay opened his newest restaurant here in September, and with the world's most Michelin-starred chef Joel Robuchon, and Philippe Etchebest already in Bordeaux, there's now a rumour Alain Duca... read more

World's Strangest Hotel Amenities

And I'm sitting here ... Why go to Paris for decadent macaroons, when you can make them in New York? Star pastry chef Sandro Micheli at Adour Alain Ducasse at the St. Regis New York teaches students t... read more

50 must-eat Las Vegas meals

At Tiffany’s, being up close means getting to watch the cook as he works the grill (yeah, we said cook, not chef), scope ... But it makes great leftovers, too. Rapoport would start his dinner with a s... read more

Marshmallows making foodie comeback in France

Star French chef Alain Ducasse recently dug out the traditional recipe for “guimauve” — as the cottony sweet is known in France — promptly declaring his own marshmallows ... to the campfire experience ... read more

New generation of chefs take over the top kitchens in New York City restaurants

Bogle's sidekicks at his eatery are the slightly more seasoned 41-year-old David Carmichael, the pastry chef known for his salted milk chocolate ice cream and ... as planned I will be cooking in my ow... read more

Celebrity travel: How we went goggle-eyed in Mauritius...

Five exquisite courses of French cuisine courtesy of Michelin-starred chef Alain Ducasse ... you receive here? The personal attention that makes every detail just so? Is it something in the water? Is ... read more

Old cookbooks inspire chefs

Alain Ducasse's ... them and make them my own,” Mr. Kirkley says. “I began doing this out of a combination of nostalgia and self-fulfillment and will continue as I change a choice every week.” Paul Fe... read more

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