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Mathilde Bourge

Mathilde Bourge
Mathilde Bourge

Mathilde Bourge

Mathilde is the senior editor for FineDiningLovers in France. After having studied foreign languages in England and Spain, she came back to France to get her master’s degree in journalism, with the aim to become a food journalist. Passionate about gastronomy, she also get her professional qualification in cuisine in Paris. Since then, she worked for many french magazines like Vital Food, My Cuisine, but also did recipe videos for Marmiton. In 2017, she published her first cookcook, “Gastronogeek : 37 recettes de séries cultes” with Hachette Editions. Since 2015, Mathilde travels all around France to find the best chefs, producers and restaurants for FineDiningLovers.

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Bocuse d'Or 2023 Platter Theme Revealed
For the first time since 2005 seafood will star in this year's platter challenge. Find out what the 24 competing teams will have to cook at the grand final in January 2023.
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Dimitri Droisneau Wins Le Chef's Chef of the Year 2022
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La Liste Reveals World's Best Pastry Shops
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Lahmacun: What It Is and How to Make It
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Eight Tips to Encourage Staff Loyalty
Find out what happened when three-Michelin-starred Hélène Darroze and a group of French chefs discussed what it should take to retain a loyal team of staff, both front and back of house.
Cedric Grolet Opens in London
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World's Best Pastry Chef, Cedric Grolet, Lands in London
The award-winning pastry genius will unveil his first patisserie outside of France on 14 February 2022, at The Berkeley in Knightsbridge. Find out more.
Guy Savoy
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Guy Savoy Tops La Liste for the 5th Consecutive Year
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ADMO Team
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ADMO Opens: Alain Ducasse and Albert Adrià Unite for 100 Days
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Yannick Alleno
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Yannick Alléno and Institut Paul Bocuse Launch a 'School of Sauces'
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Alain Ducasse
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Alain Ducasse to Open Casual, Vegetable-Led Restaurant 'Sapid'
The multi-Michelin-starred French chef's next move is affordable plant-based food at new Parisian restaurant, Sapid. Here's what we know so far.
Caviar
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Meet France's 'No Kill' Caviar Producer
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Jean Imbert
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Jean Imbert Succeeds Alain Ducasse at Plaza Athénée
It is now official: Jean Imbert will take over from Alain Ducasse as the head of Plaza Athénée's kitchens in Paris.