Legendary French chefPaul Bocuse is reportedly recovering well after being hospitalized in Lyon last Friday.
The 86-year old chef caught a cold after hunting by himself on January 5th and was hospitalized days later when he had difficulty moving, according to The Braiser. The chef struggled for two days before his condition improved. We're glad to know he is now on his way to feeling better.
Bocuse is regarded as a modern day Auguste Escoffier. He's been recognized as Chef of the Century and is the founder of the Bocuse d'Or, a prestigious culinary competition regarded as the Olympics of food.
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The chef from Osteria Francescana in Modena has written a letter to Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte, highlighting the important role of restaurants in Italy, and why now, more than ever, they need help.