Watch the Legendary Roger Vergé Prepare a Provençal Feast
24 March, 2017
Here’s some great footage of the legendary Roger Vergé, who, with the likes of the Troisgros brothers, Paul Bocuse and Michel Guérard helped define French nouvelle cuisine back in the mid-20th century.
Vergé’s restaurant Moulin de Mougins, close to Cannes, opened in 1969, and by 1974, had three Michelin stars, and was also where Alain Ducasse completed part of his culinary training. Vergé’s 'Cuisine of the Sun' was influenced, to a degree, by his time spent cooking in Morocco, Algeria and Kenya.
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