Buller introduces 38 of the chefs who have made French cuisine so famous, with selections of recipes from each, as well as a rare and intimate portrait of the chefs at home, at work, and on their travels abroad. 20 photos. Two-color interior.
MICHAEL BULLER, born in London, previously authored the award-winning The Winemaker's Year: Four Seasons in Bordeaux and The Winemaker's Year in Beaujolais. An Englishman who went to France for three weeks and stayed 12 years as journalist, radio producer, and theater and fashion consultant, he met the winemakers and his first great chef in the sixties, and has been with them ever since. He now lives in New York.