Here’s a nice video with chef Daniel Boulud discussing his newest book and the evolution of cooking warning that future cooks need to remain linked with the traditions of the past.
The video was filmed as part of a Google Talk from Boulud who on top of promoting his newest book, which focuses on his Daniel restaurant in New York, also noted his like for Nathan Myhrvold'sModernist Cuisine.
There’s also some insight into what it takes to manage an operation as larges as Boulud’s with over 1,000 staff members across a large number of international locations.
Boulud sits right at the top of the game and this video provides a insight into how he views the world of gastronomy from a number of different angles.
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