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“You need to work harder to be consistent”. Born in a farm on March 25th 1955 in Saint-Pierre de Chandieu, France,  he owns prestigious restaurants in New York City, Palm Beach,Miami, Montreal, Toronto, London, Beijing, and Singapore. He is best known for Daniel, his eponymous, Michelin 3-star restaurant in New York City.

Daniel, Café Boulud, DB Bistro Moderne, Bar Boulud, DBGB Kitchen & Bar, and Boulud Sud in New York City are some of his restaurants. At fifteen years-old, the ambitious French young man was a finalist in France’s competition for Best Culinary Apprentice. He decided to live the American dream and moved to NYC to open a restaurant. Now, Daniel Boulud is one of America’s most respected and successful chefs. He believed in adapting our French cuisine to fit American tastebuds. He incorporated typical American ingredients in order to please his new market in NYC. He is a true Lyonnais who brought the Cuisine Lyonnaise to the world. The way he talks about food and the way he prepares it, is full of poesy and passion. When talking about other chefs he states “we are remembered for just a few dishes”  and for your “masterpiece of simplicity and genius”.  He works seasonally and believes in spontaneity and creativity. He focuses on ingredients, presentation comes way last. It’s much more about the ingredients that’s the key! Never a routine in the kitchen!

The Parisian Flair decided to try out his new book DANIEL “my French Cuisine“. This recipe book is a beautiful addition to the art of French cooking. Focuses on pain et fromage / bread and cheese, witty preparation of iconic recipes de la Cuisine française. We strongly recommend this book for any foody in love with French cuisine, the visuals are extraordinary (more than 120  photographs). This book isn’t like any recipe book, it tells a story by capturing the essence of Boulud’s cuisine. It’s the most personal and intimate book he has written.

“My French Cuisine is a beautiful homage to not only French cooking, but also to its culture.”

That’s exactly why The Parisian Flair chose to feature this book.

“This book is a true representation of all that has contributed to the success and reputation of Restaurant Daniel over the past 20 years. My friendship with Daniel has spanned the last three decades, starting when we both began our careers in New York City. We have grown along a parallel path, and I am pleased to be able to call Daniel one of my oldest friends. I have a great respect for him as a man and as a chef.” –Jean-Georges Vongerichten, Chef/Owner of Jean-Georges

He has won James Beard Foundation awards for “Outstanding Restaurant” (for Daniel in 2010), “Outstanding Restaurateur” (2006), “Best Chef, New York City” (1992), and “Outstanding Chef of the Year” (1994). The French Government made him a Chevalier de la Legion d’Honneur in 2006.

Start cooking French !

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