Chef's Story

Monday, June 04, 2007

Dorothy Hamilton, the founder of The French Culinary Institute, Jacques Pepin, and Dan Barber talk about what inspired them to devote their lives to cooking.

Chef's Story is available for purchase at

The French Culinary Insitute
More on Jacques Pepin
More on Dan Barber and Blue Hill

Events: Guest chefs Gabriel Kreuther (The Modern) and Cyril Renaud (Fleur de Sel)
Will join Chef Barber in the kitchen at Blue Hill
Located at 75 Washington Place
Monday, June 4th at 6:30 pm
There will be a cocktail reception
Dinner will feature a special menu
Tickets are $150 per person (plus tax and gratuity)

Dan Barber will be part of a panel discussion
Thursday, June 7th
Following a screening of "The Real Dirt on Farmer John" at 6 pm
NYU Cantor film Center
36 E. 8th Street (east of University Place)


Dan Barber, Dorothy Hamilton and Jacques Pépin
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Comments [1]

hrh from tehran-iran

Hi Leonard;
I am a fan of your LLS! I don't miss them. No way! I have to complain about one technical aspect of the show which is really annoying:
THE RECORDING LEVEL OF YOUR SHOWS IS NOT "LEVELED". That means I have to always control the sound level. I think you are recorded closed mike & your guests are either low or high level recorded. Even yourself when you laugh my loudspeakers want to explode & then suddenly you have a guest on the phone which is another problem & last but not least one of your guest speaks from the abyss of his belly!!!

Just listen to this specific show through the Internet & you'll understand my point.

Thanks LL for your wisdom. I learn a lot.


Jun. 06 2007 07:59 PM

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