The French selection for the Bocuse d’Or 2023 took place on Friday 8 September in Paris. Paul Marcon will represent France in European competition.
Paul Marcon gets his nickname Bocuse d’Or France 2023 On Friday 6 September at the Grand Palais Éphémère in Paris. The young chef won admission to a prestigious jury chaired by Nice Pirolli, and outperformed chefs Jerome Geigel and Edouard Loubet, who ranked second and third, respectively, in the classification.
Paul Marcon will succeed Naïs Pirollet and will be the French captain during the Bocuse d’Or Europe, which will take place on the 19th and 20th of March 2024 in Trondheim, Norway. The aim will then be to secure a place for the Grand Final of the Bocuse d’Or tournament, which will take place in January 2025 at the Sirha in Lyon.
Who is Paul Marcon?
Does the winner’s last name mean anything to you? normal. Paul Marcon is none other than the youngest son of the three-star chef Regis Marcon. The youngster has always wanted to follow in his father’s footsteps and has already had a good career in the star homes of Lyon, but also in Stockholm, within restaurant The air is carried by Chef Tommy Milimaki.
Where and when will the Bocuse d’Or Europe be held?
the European Bocuse d’Or 2024 It will take place on the 19th and 20th of March 2024 in Trondheim, Norway. Paul Marcon will then face the other winning favorites from European countries and try to win his place in the Grand Final of the Bocuse d’Or to be held in January 2025 in Paris.
Who are the members of the Bocuse d’Or France 2023 jury?
The six candidates Bocuse d’Or France 2023 They faced an extraordinary jury. Here are the jury members, below Presidency of Nice Perrolet :
- Jerome PanktelGabriel
- roman meder, ways
- Pascal Barbotastrantia
- tom mayer, granite
- romuald Wassinet, Chateau Mont Joli
- Jessica PrialpatoCarton Tower Jumeirah
- Brian Mark Hansensolidroid
- Sven Erika Reinare NAA
What are the events of Bocuse d’Or France 2023?
Candidates were shortlisted Four hours to prepare two recipes, Including an appetizer and a platter. For this, the joint product of both events had at their disposal: Pink trout (Originally France). In the first test, the candidates had to prepare the appetizers by combining Pink trout with cauliflower. to’tray test It revolves around the association of pink trout with carrots and fennel.
Who Created Bocuse d’Or?
As his name suggests, he is a French chef Paul Bocuse Who conceived this competition. In 1987, he got the idea for this global event during a trade fair He will see it organized in Lions, formerly “Food Trade Fair”. something wanted it “Break the codes of the moment“, Can we read on location Official.