We honor the culinary success of one of America’s most celebrated chefs, Jacques Pépin.
“Easily the most influential French chef to the wave of young American chefs.”
“His earliest work was all about taking the classic dishes and demystifying them, almost decoding them, and making them accessible.”
My favorite chef, Jacques Pépin, cooks up four delicious, and mostly healthy desserts:
Episode 103: Jacques helps his daughter Claudine relinquish her fear of making pastry with his easy Tartelettes Aux Fruit Panaches. She goes on to assist her father in the kitchen as he makes his variation of the very traditional French, Tarte Tatin. Jacques then shares his mother’s recipe for Mémé’s Apple Tart using an unusual method to make the pastry. Finally his granddaughter Shorey joins him to make and taste Individual Chocolate Nut Pies.
“You cannot make great food without mixing some love into it.”