Michel Guérard

Michel Guérard was a pioneer of modern French cuisine. When the wave of Cuisine Minceur began to wash over France and the rest of the world he was a key player in the movement.

In fact, his book, Cuisine Minceur became a cult item among foodies at the time and is still as relevant and interesting today.

Since those heady days, Guérard has been running his restaurant (which gained three Michelin stars in 1977) and guest house at Eugénie les-Bains in the south-west of France and maintaining his reputation as one of France's leading chefs.

 

The Cookbook Collection entry

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Cuisine Minceur

 

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