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Michelin Chefs Cook Breakfast in Many Ways

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Michelin Chefs Cook Breakfast in Many Ways
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There are some great videos out there featuring Michelin-starred chefs cooking just about anything you can imagine. Previously, for instance, we've featured Michelin chefs bossing beef and cheese, and particular dishes such as ragù alla bolognese. Firstly, it's great to watch these masters at work, but also, you can pick up some pretty useful cooking tips along the way.

With that in mind, here are five Michelin-starred chefs cooking various breakfast/brunch dishes, which actually could be enjoyed at any time of the day. Learn how to make breakfast from the pros.

First, up is an outrageously decadent looking omelette farcie from Daniel Boulud, made with smoked salmon and caviar.


Here's how to make the perfect omelette, according to David Kinch.


Here's Jason Atherton making a full English breakfast, but not as we know it – it includes slow cooked eggs and white truffle.


Gordon Ramsay cooks up a classic scrambled eggs, with mushroom and tomatoes, the perfect weekend breakfast.


Step inside the world's first Michelin-starred ramen shop, Tsuta in Tokyo. Diners will often queue from 6am for a steaming bowl of chef Yuki Onishi's ramen.


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