He is undoubtedly the one food critic the most famous in France! And for good reason, François-Régis Gaudry has judged the candidates for the TV program strictly for several seasons Top chef during the test of the restaurant war and also decides between the ex-candidates in “Top Chef: the great duels” (broadcast after “Top Chef”).
From gastronomic criticism to the kitchen…
Both feared and admired by the candidates, respected by the chefs, François-Réfis Gaudry has also made a name for himself with the viewers. In addition to being a famous gastronomic critic, he is also a writer and journalist and an officer at France Inter (“On want to taste”also found in podcast) and Paris Première (“Very very good”). Programs that allow him to reveal another of his skills: cooking! Accustomed to meeting biggest leaders, François-Régis Gaudry has borrowed some of their best secrets, tips and even some of their recipes. Results? A real legitimacy behind the stoves!
François-Régis Gaudry’s best dessert recipes
As part of his show “We must taste” (at France Inter on Sunday) François-Régis Gaudry reveals his favorite recipes… which he also shares on his social networks! On his Instagram account (@frgaudry) there are dozens of recipes, on video, to cook like this food critic. We picked it up 3 ultra gourmet dessert recipes : rice pudding – one of François-Régis Gaudry’s favorite desserts -, fiadon – one of his “childhood madeleines” -, the buckwheat cakes and the chestnut fondant cake! Yum!
Corsica in the spotlight? Normal! “I was born and raised in Lyon, but my anchor point is Corsica. My mother is from Bastia and we spent every summer of my childhood on the Isle of Beauty, with Mamyta”actually trusted Francois-Regis Gaudry din an interview given to Le Monde in 2017.
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- The recipe for chestnut fondant
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