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Three French Greats Discuss Food, Memories and France

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Three French Greats Discuss Food, Memories and France

Here’s a great video with three of the world’s most famous French chefs discussing their favourite French recipes and the stories behind them.

Alain Ducasse, Daniel Boulud and Eric Ripert all sit down for a chat with the New York Times food editor Sam Sifton for a discussion about the trio's passions.

The three chefs sit down to everything from their very first food memories, to the first time they ever ate in a restaurant and some of their first memories of eating American food - like Ripert who couldn’t understand why the Americans eat waffles and chicken on the same plate.

It’s a revealing set of interviews as Sifton pushes the three chefs to answer the questions honestly, guiding the talk through a number of interesting and revealing topics.

Watch the video here.

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