Bon appétit bien sûr ran on French television between 2000 and 2009 and featured the world’s most Michelin starred chef is joined by his friends sharing some super reliable, classic recipes.
The videos are unfortunately in French language only, but Robuchon is so clear and enthusiastic in his delivery it’s very easy to understand what’s going on, even for non-French speakers.
Robuchon’s legacy is very much alive and well in the world of fine dining, but his contribution to food television should certainly be part of it. So whether you’re an accomplished chef or an aspiring home cook, some of these recipes are well worth a look.
There’s a lovely comforting retro feel to the programme and ingredients are included in the video details too.
Confit tomatoes by Alain Ducasse
Robuchon is joined by Alain Ducasse in this super simple tomato confit recipe that pretty much everyone can nail.
Recipe for sandwich bread
The internationally renowned French baker, Lionel Poilane, gives us the secrets for a delicious homemade sandwich bread.
Stuffed Tomatoes by Alain Ducasse
Again Alain Ducasse does tomatoes his recipes, this time they’re stuffed. A simple and delicious recipe.
Roasted Scallops, Creamy Onion Emulsion
Robuchon is joined by Chef Jean-Pierre Jacob for this perfect roasted scallops, creamy onion emulsion.
Tagliatelle with parmesan and ham
Chef Marco Faiola works with Joël Robuchon on his recipe for Tagliatelle with Parmesan and Parma Ham. Easy and delicious.
Perfectly make delicious spaghetti with seafood thanks to chefs Tommaso and Salvatore Esposito.
Brioche of Kings
Perfect this recipe from Jean Luc Poujauran and you’ll have a friend for life.