Very few individuals can claim to have had as much impact on the way we eat today (in the West, at least) as George Auguste Escoffier. During his life he redefined the way kitchens worked and the style in which food was presented to diners. He also created thousands of dishes and wrote books that are still considered culinary bibles today. Behind the scenes however, he led a life that was often much darker than his public persona. This episode of Eat My Globe will look at the life and works of the greatest chef of them all.
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