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THE ORIGINAL MASTER CHEF AUGUST ESCOFFIER

Published on Dec 27, 2015


"Auguste Escoffier was born in a small village called Villeneuve-Loubet, very close to Nice. So at the age of thirteen, he goes and starts working at his uncle's restaurant with no privileges, like everybody else, and he discovers the pretty awful working conditions that were normal life in the kitchen in those days.
That ended up in some violence at the end of the day, I suppose. So this is one of the things Escoffier decided to change when he was in charge.

He met a gentleman who owned a very famous restaurant at that time, called the Petit Moulin Rouge. A very posh restaurant off the Champs Elysees. And Auguste thought 'well if I want to make it in this profession, it's my opportunity.' and he took it.

He first of all banned alcohol drinking and smoking in the kitchen, but also banned swearing. And he himself, when he was very annoyed at someone, would actually walk out of the kitchen and come back and explain what made him angry without h…

FALLOUT FROM FUKUSHIMA HAS IMPACTED THE FOODCHAIN

The Main Stream Media is also not reporting widely that commercial fisherman are “alarmed” at seeing Sockeye Salmon are showing up with chunks taken out of their bodies, and 50 percent of them have lesions on their bodies, or that experts are sounding the alarm that there is “no food anywhere” along the Pacific coast and tuna is showing “signals of radiation."





The problems we’re having in Monterey Bay, I think it’s pretty different than the sea star wasting. It is a very similar, heightened — scary, you know.


 Because the dolphins and sea lions, especially the dolphins, they’re moving way offshore, miles and miles and miles. 

So those animals are more likely to be bathed in whatever — if there are significant levels of radiation to cause that — they’re more likely to be bathed on a chronic long-term level in that stuff, because they’re out in that… So we’re getting different types of exposure between the marine mammals and starfish.