When you think of an apple, what are the first words that come to mind?
“Sweet, tart, smooth.”
“Sour, sweet, delicious.”
That's what four New York City chefs—Jessica Craig (L’Artusi), Cosme Aguilar (Casa Enrique), Anna Bolz (Per Se) and Charlie Chen (Pinch Chinese)—had to say.
In celebration of the MICHELIN Guide New York City & Westchester County 2020 launch, MICHELIN Guide digital gave them the ultimate task: to wax poetic with fall’s favorite fruit.
Watch the video below and see how they cooked the “big apple.”
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Alexandre Mazzia – exploring the vegetable and herbaceous side of Japanese green teas (AM, Marseille, France)
Since his restaurant AM by Alexandre Mazzia took its third star in 2021, this basketball player turned chef has made no secret of his passion for Japan and its green teas. Let's take a closer look at this creator of imaginative cuisine, a refined man who was born in Congo and adopted Marseille as his home, and who never tires of delving into the gamut of culinary sensations.
Japanese green tea–food pairings : the aromatic orchestrations of Boris Campanella and Xavier Thuizat at L'Écrin (Hotel de Crillon's restaurant, Paris)
At the restaurant L'Écrin in Hotel de Crillon, the chef and the sommelier promise to "embellish tea with the finest menus possible". Drinking and eating at the same time is the secret to magnifying the flavours of Japanese green teas.