Michelin chefs around the world are posting celebration dishes in honour of the Michelin Guide's 1M followers on Instagram.
The famous red restaurant guide is encouraging chefs and diners to celebrate with them by creating or posting commemorative dishes that pay tribute to the occasion.
Here are some of the chefs that have already got creative with the iconic Michelin stars - Elwyn Boyles, executive pastry chef at Thomas Keller's famed restaurant The French Laundry has debuted crystallized strawberry Michelin stars (top image), while chef Christophe Bacquie from eponymous three-Michelin-starred restaurant in the Hôtel du Castellet in France has given his modern take on aioli and Maison Pic, also in France, has created a dessert of "Wild blueberries deconstructed tart, blueberry compote, sorbet and pickles, smoky vanilla and green Chartreuse cream, home-grown mint in the shape of "M."
Here's a flavour of some of the celebration dishes below. The campaign is ongoing @michelinguide, and remember to tag dishes #1Mfoodlovers to join in.
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