17 Burst results for "Robuchon"
"robuchon" Discussed on The Skylines Podcast
"More than eight so the end of last year. Actually it was. New Year's Eve was actually closed but there was a government of Jamaica press conference. I'm not sure if you heard what the head of the enterprise esteem who is charged with leading the divestment of the robots on dome but he came onto the podium to make an announcement and he announced that the government of Jamaica. Actually you know intense to wind down operations at Robuchon. So they're going to they're essentially going to be moving. The don't so are they. I mean he spoke to things like you know Slowly transitioning away from that site so there was an announcement last year to see. That too tacos will no longer be going to report on. They're going to be going somewhere else. But I think the intention now is to move although materials away from that site so you just find that over time less and less garbage is going to be going to. What's on and I think? The hope is that they'll eventually be able to transition. To rylands is the term he used to uh-huh hold that impacts air quality issues is that of course is me just source of air pollution in that area and it really impacts the public health and environmental communities around. You are really happy to hear that. This is the fact that this action is going to be finally take after decades that the jet has been advocating for this both under this project. And before. You don't really really great to hear that this much-needed action is is GonNa be taken so we were hoping that they're going to fast track that they they gave End of one thousand nine hundred ninety deadline we we would love to see it happen even more because of course an announcement those fixed the air quality issues. That's our experience area right. The citizens are still being impacted by poor air quality associated. Let's see did with the dumper though we want to see that hop on but it's really really good news especially to start off two thousand nineteen so we're happy AH.
"robuchon" Discussed on Bunny Ears
"Who aren't you on the podcast. Thanks james. I'm pretty sure there's not even a question there he like he doesn't say which ten people would you pick. He just goes imagine you had ten minutes. You can you just imagine it. Is this going to work out. Well for a non visual thing yeah i just i just mentioned it okay so <hes> so who had ten people to bring ten people's a lot. I'm not sure if i want ten people a people you know it could no. I know guy who i want i want i want kelly capacity. No kelly capacity. Yes i wanted carrying. Mickey mouse had to be real so kelly capacity there but an of age killick house. Just you know yeah like you know where she would have been during the college years age of consent killing thousands each year i want. I want survivor man. Yes i think it'd be very useful roles well but also yeah yeah. I mean no bear grylls. Who's the other guy 'cause survivor man and there was the other guy a man versus wild whatever right yeah yeah right now. I want this man the guy who was actually really hardcore bear grills guy i take professor from gilligan's island why he never built anything. You'll see bill frigging radios coconuts. He just never knew what patrick a boat you. Oh yeah isn't that the one i mean i guess. Would you be trying to escape or you're just settling. I mean in this down. Yeah i know me and kelly capacity frigging coconut greenhut. I'm all about it right so yeah so they helped me get some fish professor looking at building building radios and doing all this stuff yeah that's fair yeah. I don't know i don't really want to too many yeah yeah. You know yeah sure why not chef yeah. Oh i can probably pick dead people. I played joel robuchon. I know i know he's dead but i would totally get 'cause. I'm pretty sure you can look up whip up something ghost yet. No no no it'd be a real person. He noted ah fictional character so it's got to be his. He's dead tangible hook tangible cook the ghost ghost. Yeah no no totally fine with the go. Okay okay yeah. You heard it here folks infringing. I'd bring brenda of course okay because her and kelly and i could live together. Gather in a coconut came after kelly after a show. Oh listen to this show <hes> <hes> let's see i like kelly compounds and as you all my girlfriend my girlfriend the love of my life. I suppose what i consider my animals people. I guess two cats and dog. I'm not keeping been tracking. How many but that sounds like almost ten yeah seven or eight. That's you know that's pretty much good enough all right upbring worry and his wife sarah. Oh you do have sablan. Yes yes. I do in the day there. We went to disneyworld together and stuff like that and he likes the cut. We we like traveling together so yeah and then you know everyone gets along with each other with a i'm sure they'll love <hes> killick hausky also because she's a treat and a delight and she's just very pappy so i think that'd be a nice. I think mccarron karen doesn't know fuck that he's busy busy yeah. He's he's <hes> yeah good luck. I know what he's doing his h._b._o. Hearing out on h._p. Fucking go check out succession island i was thinking about i was also thinking about like getting like a comedian of some sort. I look you know somebody like a d._j. D._j. like moby could bring mobile mobile mobile island yeah. No i was thinking about something like your base. It would be kind of a hilarious kind of like. I think he kind of be a dick curmudgeon and i think he'd actually probably go after kelly. The whole time yeah complain a lot like the conditions on this long island. Maybe like a more someone more good natured like very like the ghost of a yeah like jerry jerry seinfeld or like the ghost of robin williams ah yup jay leno because he just seems like good nature cars away. I'm sure it turns into a detail uh-huh okay..
"robuchon" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"The river, which is now completely underwater and the water is basically roaring Rapids right now. Fortunately, it's going to get worse before it gets better talking about. Possibly a crest on Wednesday twenty feet above the flood stage. So they're already people who have had to evacuate their homes right now the number is between one hundred two hundred according to officials in his thirty two now Dallas man may have made up a story that led to an amber alert overnight. The father of four year old says the boy was sitting in the back seat of his car in parking lot near loop twelve and Bruton road in southeast Dallas. And the car was stolen the department of public safety issued an amber alert, Dallas police found the car a few miles away, but they could not find the boy, they say, investigators started finding inconsistencies in the father story. Police say he was claiming the boy's mother was in Mexico and could not be contacted. Instead, they found her in Dallas in the boy was safe with her that led to cancel the amber alert about four hours after it was issued. Dallas police are now looking at what charges the father might face. Alan sky, NewsRadio ten eighty KRLD the eight thirty three now hundreds of people have been walking through Robuchon park in Dallas. Since yesterday to honor those who have died in the line of duty this Memorial Day, people have come from across the country for carry the load one minutes as he comes every year to show his appreciation for first responders and veterans. They wanted the regular civilian the regular Joe blow like me. That wasn't a service to recognize important Memorial Day is to, to remember our fallen.
"robuchon" Discussed on The Smoking Tire
"He does makes me laugh to one hundred response on them. He responds to people it just like with again, no fucks given out of town. He says, I'd rather eat crumbs with bums than steaks with snakes. And that's the thing he's a, he's a top flight chef and he's constantly posting what you would think is the worst food possible. Yeah, no, look, I took him to eggs slot, you know, like he he's fully. Here's us in the fuck meat locker. At Adam Perry Lang's restaurant which you must go to AP l. in Hollywood. Adam, Perry Lang. Seventeen thousand pounds of dry agent meet in this ridiculous. It is amazing. But. He doesn't give a fuck this. He lives like there's no tomorrow. Got gotta follow Carl, hurries invest. And he, you know, he went, he doesn't. He doesn't look like much in terms of being a fancy person here saying Sharad small. But this dude cooked under Joel Robuchon in France for four years. It's crazy. You know what I mean? Like he's opened like thirty restaurants for guy Fieri like he, he's fucking legend and he's opening. I think he's in the process of his own, right? It's the one. Yeah, yes. And he's got. He's opening a new restaurant. Formerly the site of you bonds barbecue in New York City is opening a Cuban restaurant. He is Cuban and he's called the Cuban, and the restaurant is called the Cuban. I am so excited to eat his Cuban food. Yeah, he's he posted a picture of a Cuban sandwich in Miami, and it was one of the best looking sandwiches. He knows he knows where you can like, I go chef, you know, I'm going when I went to deflect to New Jersey, motorsports park, go chef, go to millville New Jersey, and he goes up. I got. The spot, like doesn't matter. You drop anywhere. I got the spot. He's just been everywhere. He's got. He's got all the knowledge on that. It's amazing. Yeah. Anyway, where were we asked advantage? I think we're done that with the with that already. On what else you've been driving anything. Good. I get your beloved bullet later this week. I had no problem with as hard, right? But man, there's some fucking Steve McQueen sucks out there. He took some heat for that one too. I don't understand these people. It was what is why do we need to hold a fucking candle for this guy who gives a shit. I've never even seen the movie. It's not good. I tried to watch it. I really, I swear before I went on the launch. I was like, I'm going to sit down and finish because I fell asleep at about the twenty five minute Mark every time. And I try to watch this fucking thing. Right. I mean, like thirty five minutes. I fell asleep. Yeah, it's so boring. It'd be good. That's maybe that's a good thing then for the movie. No. So I'm excited to see the car just because it's a four hundred eighty five horsepower must it drove nice, right. I'll give I give one hundred percent of the. Credit where it is, do it drove nice. It made a great sound if it was fast. I mean, this was a no shit fast car, right? And it was on the road. There's not a ton of difference between a Shelby and this thing you know, you really have to be at the top of the power band to know the difference, but on the road is not a whole lot. Yeah, absolutely. I'm following that up though, with z are one and I'm excited to go the launch. No. Oh my God, it's the are one monster. It's so crazy because it's. On the one hand you go, how the fuck can people just buy something like that? And it's also has the loudest idol of any car of ever heard stockcar. Right? But also it's so just a corvette. Okay. You know what I mean? Like in all the ways that you want it to be just a corvette. It is like there's nothing that says you couldn't daily. One must think it's not too stiff. One of the only front engine cars, not too stiff, and the wing is a little annoying, but you don't have to get the big wing, right? You know, if you load a lot shit and it doesn't take up any trunk space. You have full full everything you'd expect from that..
"robuchon" Discussed on House of Carbs
"They do a lot of things with foam that that just add that not only they look cool, but they just give this extra tastes every little dish. And then have this chocolate temptation dessert, which was a garage with the cocoa nib. Is cream. And then I think you saw on Instagram, they serve that the, you know, the dish, the presentation of the dishes, you you're so caught up in the food. It's it's really hard to appreciate the architecture of a lot of these plates and the different looks even of those are just incredible. But they serve that chocolate on top of this little secret compartment. Although you can see into it of crumbled, Oreo cookies, not without the without the the creamy center, just the just the Oreo cookie. And that's underneath you. Lift the dish up. You scoop out that and you can kind of control your your Oreo distribution on top as just as just as ingeniously crafted Thang, where it brings together all of these elements, the architecture of the dish, the the flavors, the taste, letting the the person eating control everything. It's it's just utterly fascinating and and great fun. Yeah, I, I really appreciate that that appeals to. Me quite a bit because I'm not an enormous chocolate person. I appreciate it and I enjoy it. But this idea of being able to control kind of the the, the texture and the quantity and the and the ratio of the various elements of that dish in each bite because of the the beautiful way they've constructed at that is now you're talking my kinda talk shack. Well, I know such a perfect way to kind of sum up. I think why people love his food so much that he, he never. Lowers the values and the and the ingenuity and the brilliance of of what he's trying to do in terms of actual food. But there's, there's not a snob factor and there's an accessible element to what he does that I think is like any great form of art that you that, that that somebody who's a real aficionado a real snob real walk about whatever it is, can find brilliant Senate, but then somebody who maybe think so it's gonna be some snobby French restaurant goes there and has the meal of their life and their introduced all sorts of new ways of thinking about food and new ways of thinking about the people who prepare it and everything that goes into it. And I just saw anybody who sees that all. There's one of these in Paris and one in the meatpacking district in New York and one in London, and this and that, and one Las Vegas don't be deterred thinking. This is just. And again, nothing is Wolfgang puck who who's the essence of food in my city, Los Angeles, but I, you know, people can be a little bit funny about celebrity name chefs, and this is just it's an amazing experience. You have mentioned a couple times and I want all the taste buds out there to check into it. Your Instagram. You've been doing a beautiful job of documenting the trip. So far the Instagram handle is at Jeff s. h. a. c. so it's at g. e. o. f. f. s. h. a. c. you can. You can see some of these things that Jeff is describing here right now in terms of that beautiful Robuchon meal, I am going to just confessed you. I've enjoyed this France, but I know you mentioned it just a moment ago here. In your description, you are headed to Florence, Italy, and that is really. Early what I'm looking forward to to seeing. So I think it's a let you what are the circumstances under which you are going there and who is providing you with with guidance and direction on that trip? Well, I like to try to see another city when somebody's paying my way to come to Europe. And so I've asked around and and Prague and Florence of banana consistently named as the two cities that of the moment that you really wanna go visit. And I love a lot of things about Italian culture and Florence is known for credible craftsman with with the suits and shoes, and I wear those on on my television hits. And so I've gotten to appreciate how those things are crafted..
"robuchon" Discussed on House of Carbs
"But it's an amazing thing and it's and it's it's, it's an amazing thing to watch and and then again to eat the actual food. Yeah, I didn't appreciate the sort of performance aspect of the attributes of it. The fact that you know you're sensually a witness to to a show and that that's the experience that they intend to deliver to you as opposed to now, could you experience that if you were there with a group. They do have some tables, but it was mostly couples or groups of three at these counters, but they haven't arranged in the and the and the volume levels where you could go up to four at these counters. But there are few tables around the outer edge, but the design of the restaurant is really centered around taking in the kitchen, enjoying watching these people work and watching the wait staff work and how they're able to prepare this incredible food in a way that is really unusual. And it's, I think it's brilliant because it it maintains high quality, cuisine, but it does it in a in a way that's a little more relaxed and and the crowd was fascinating. You had kind of tourist types, and you had people who were obviously incredibly wealthy and a jacket on a tie and couples and I, it's, it's certainly. A place that I that I highly recommend. I wouldn't say I could see where people would be scared off saying, well, I want the little. I want the little place that's that's down some stairs and awesome courtyard. And I certainly get that when you're over here. And I hope to experience that next week and I'm going to go to Florence for few days, but, but this experience to get to to taste this man's food who's who's basically, you know, he's a national icon here. He the French government announced his death and and and of course an important figure in in spawning so many other great restaurants and chefs around the world. Yeah. So I, you mentioned the wine pairing. I'm not going to require you to go course by course, but I would be interested if you if there was kind of one standout dish in terms of like a, you know something savory and then one stand out because I know you had desert. We know that you like to. Yeah, if there was sort of one thing on the Savary side and one desert thing you know to to highlights for you from the experience. Well, the they had some crab from Alaska. It was sort of crumbled under a creamy avocado tomato water infused with curry and tarragon, and it's just as bizarre combination of things. And this crab dish that was amazing. Like a spot show was had this mustard sorbet. I am not a big Fulbright error of, but I, I went with it. I did it and you know, I'm I'm a bit of. A duck lover. It's it's, it's a philosophic thing for me. I'm soft that way. Then a quail was they would you had a choice of of of of lamb or quail? And and of course they serve both of those with their world-famous mashed potatoes. I think they call it truffle, potato puree and house. They're there, and that's it's if you read about Joel Robuchon the this is what he became known for. I mean, they're just these bright lighting. It's this peer puree with very simple potatoes and buttermilk salt, but he has his whole labor intensive technique developed and where they dry the potatoes, and and then they gradually introduce the ingredients and you get to watch the person over on the left doing this. And then the way he the way he attacks the stirring of it. I mean, it is it is it's physical, but again, it's never. You're never not. Relaxed and enjoying this amazing meal, partly because the winds are just beautifully paired. They had to reds and and basically three whites, and then a desert house. They start you with this by the way they bring everybody aside order of the mashed potatoes because there's just as little smidgen in the in the in the the main course the coil of the lamb or the the other piece of meat. I'm forgetting what it was now. Oh, the veal, and, and so they just know everybody wants more of them and they give you this little dish of it, but the desserts house, they start you with this cucumbers sorbet with this fresh lemon foam..
"robuchon" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Let's head now to a Las Vegas strip mall to taste some chocolate. At least a couple. She knows and teaches chocolate but not just any kind of chocolate. I smell something amazing. What is this over here? Chocolates where we have three tempering machines temporary. It's the process of slowly cooling and raising the temperature of chocolate, and it's key to making the perfect bombarding a rare art because of the delicacy of the shell that encases the garage inside. It's now couples specialty chocolate is an element that he has its own timing its own rules, and it's very mysterious, and it's very hard to work with you know, if you know, your your, but I like that that's not where she started born in Cali Colombia. She wanted to learn to be a chef. But she says there was no professional cooking school in the whole country. So she went to Argentina. Then she got married and moved to the US and got into making desserts. She studied at the French pastry school in Chicago. And from there she landed a job at laterally Joel Robuchon in Las Vegas which earned in two thousand eight three Michelin star. She began at the bottom for months, endlessly, cutting strawberries, those fine, I knew when you have a goal doesn't really matter. You're not going to get there less than a year later, though. She was running the pastry kitchen under the executive pastry. Chef she was only twenty six years old, but working in a high end restaurant is brutal with terrible hours and endless work. So she took a step back from her career for her family. And when she tried to make a comeback. It was at a terrible time in Las Vegas, the great recession. And the only thing I could find was doing chocolates are actually chocolate decorations not even chocolate bombers Caesar's palace. And the only thing I could find. So I started doing data the shift was from four AM in the morning to I don't know two or one, and I was the only person in one room making the core all day long for the entire casino. I thought it was going to be a team I didn't have much experiencing chocolate. So I had to start a four buddy followed make mistakes rather to him in the morning to make sure if I made a mistake I had time and for six months all I did was. No making chocolate the core. And I really started getting a feeling for chocolate and so began her journey into chocolate there, more classes and more studying with teachers who times could be a challenge them remain to me, Ben energetically. They'll make me feel I'll never going to be like them like I'll never going to get their level. So I think that was it's because there's a lot of eagle, and there's a lot of the way that the teachers around the world tend to be are very much. I am awesome. I know everything you don't know. Anything dare there's really big. And also, it's a very male dominated industry. Oh my God. I don't even don't even start me on that. I was you know, I start stirring, very sensitive person. And I can feel energy. I mean, more than I should. So that always hit me so unconsciously when I start teaching I actually developed completely different style of teaching. And I believe that. That's the reason why the word of mouth keeps running. And that's why people come from all over to learn from me. It's not believing talent that way, I'm the we'll never hear me saying, I am so talented police common, and it's not talent is hard work, compassionate education. But the biggest thing that I think it's what people talk about is not that is the way I teach. So as soon as I arrived to my kitchen, everybody will learn and no one is gonna feel shame of not knowing something basic, so there's no stupid questions, and I ask everybody, please leave your legal outside the door. I'm really you. Don't need to impress me. And I don't need to impress. You. We're just gonna have a good time. We're going to respect each other. And. That's what they really appreciate. And that's why people come from over more than to see what I do is to feel that they can learn a relaxed atmosphere. In today's class. There's a mix of professional chefs and home cooks there are seventeen students here mostly women from as far away as Japan and South America as well as we're here in Las Vegas this day. They're learning to make the soft chocolate filling inside the hard shell with pistachio rose and a special costly and rare Iranian saffron bought in a street market.
"robuchon" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Summer girl hanging out So let's talk a little bit. About, some restaurant, news I know I've been really wanting to talk to you about. Some developments things I I want. To make note I wanna say Joel Robuchon who was seventy three years old unfortunately passed away And he is a titan in the fine dining, world he is literally the most Michelin starred chefs of all times and so, a lot of people I think it's so funny because I I mean it's not funny but I was thinking. About, when Jonathan goal, died and when Anthony, bourdain died there? Was this sort of we could kind of own a piece to that like there's something very, communal about those two people because I think they shared their life in. Words as well yeah I've said Joel Robuchon Joel, Robuchon is is you guys, he has changed the way dining happens and, we don't really Eck access that the same way but he he basically the way that he, kind of re engineered. Fine, dining in France changed how we. All, eat today even though the trickle down you remember endeavours of where she talked about why that girl Andy was wearing blue. And how it was chosen by someone on a runway. Like three years ago yes that's what Joel Robuchon was about he I, tell you, what if you ever eaten. Mashed potatoes in a finite like a fine restaurant and it's a beautiful puree I love, that you know like when you get like a piece of fish and then there's this like, cloud like beautiful super? Super, silky that's because of him and. That's, because he sort of took this it's called palm puree and it's basically what your take one stick of butter one potato Mama and he sort of did that, but he, was also the, guy. Who basically took French cuisine, and finally for the first time like in two thousand three he. Opened a place called LeTellier, and he basically said we probably don't have, to have a tasting menu and that was the first. Like that, was like, breaking a wall. You know in French dining incredible and so he just. Said he kind of said it's more fun to sit, at the bar he opened? Up the? Kitchen so that's why we. Have open kitchen love open kitchen stuff is all, because of what he started so he you know unfortunately passed, away but here's the more interesting than that is the question, a lot of people were wondering when a chef dies do they lose their stars what, happens so apparently there hasn't been there have been. Cases where when. A chef, dies their restaurant loses a star because if you think about it there's there's so intrinsically, tied, to, the restaurant. That they're like if. You know if like someone who's cooking every. Day and kitchen is no longer there does that restaurant right deserve to have, that same You know sort of Working which is actually kind of lovely because it shows such such an importance placed on. The, talents of people yeah just looking, at it, as like you know, a? Factory, assembly line right well and then in one, thousand nine hundred ninety A French chef Alonzo Chapelle dropped out of a heart attack at. Age of fifty two Michelin stripped his restaurant of. Their third star the guys aditorial director at the time explained that it was done out of respect for him saying basically two main two thirds to maintain that there are would have suggested that he had had no affect. On the restaurant there's this weird kind.
"robuchon" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM
"On you Thirty four after the hour, conversation for, all of us to listen to with each. Other focused on the future. Focused on the now trying something new today are you that's good you. Failed before you've done well before it happened that's part of life, you do some things well some. Things you want to do you. Can't do some things that you. Didn't think you, could do you do do, so I think that goes with learning talking and listening and, all that good stuff, so let's see how well we do here first off people. In the news Brian France Rennes NASCAR Was arrested for driving while intoxicated in. Sag harbor New York actually Benji you fake. News he he used to run, NASCAR as, of today Gonzalez Because I know he's on, leave but a DUI is enough to make you lose your job forever And I'm only, asking that like I don't know the I, don't know I think he. Gets a, second chance but I guess. When he got pulled over he. Pulled. The. Trump card he's like I know who I? Am he actually said that pretty. Sure yeah okay so. He didn't pull the Trump? Card saying I'm a friend. Who down Trump's he said Iran, NASCAR is that what he said I'm friends with the president did The. Trump card could be used in any number? Of ways you pardon why not. I guess you gotta. Try right right would you? Pardon somebody for something like. That I'm saying he's trying to get, a, pardon from the cops Robert Redford says he's all done acting he has retired his new movie the old man and a gun will be his last never say never but I pretty well concluded that this would. Be, it for me in terms of acting and I move. Toward retirement after this because I've been doing this since I was twenty one and. I'm eighty two now well. He looks older because he. Had a bad face, job he's always a lot of women think. He looks no matter what is Facebook looks. He still is gorgeous anyway this this guy Forrest Tucker he portrays Forrest? Tucker a? Real life career convict who. Reportedly, boasted. He was better at escaping than Harry Houdini The thing. That really got me about. Him Redford said which I. Hope the film shows, he robbed seventeen banks get caught seventeen times. What prison seventeen died and escape seventeen dies That's amazing Pretty good sounds like, a? Movie. Right yeah does those with Moscow. Sissies paycheck, Casey Affleck and. Danny Glover Are in the film is? Well comes out next month I. Didn't haven't heard about this old man and the gun so? Will it be at eighty two as he had enough I suppose maybe He's. An icon though when you think about people who have influenced. A particular business he certainly has speaking of icons French celebrity? Chef Joel Robuchon Rober Sean, passing away, at seventy three All right you're going to have to carry this victory because this. Sort of thing. Means nothing to me I don't know Food, or, anything, well, I love food I don't know the French. Equivalent of Bobby flay his that who this guy. Is oh God, no, no this guy is way way. Above Bobby. Flay he is the most Michelin starred chef in history he has to well you've heard of. The Michelin tyres Thanks, so much about. Restaurants and you lead you have to wait a certain amount of time or or. If, you, don't, have, good service I'm surprised you don't know about. Michelin star restaurants yeah well anyway if a chef. Ever gets one. Michelin, star in his career it's it's Projector forever Had thirty two. Michelin stars so he is this was this, was a he. Had, cancer he I think people knew he, was, ill French president Emmanuel Macron issued a lovely tribute, saying, that Joel Roby shown died today but, his thirty two Michelin stars. Shine bright in the constellation of world gastronomy and so many many many chefs have been. Talking about this how, influential he was Anthony bourdain had. Him on his show several times and he's, basically just a. God, dead too so he joins Anthony bourdain Sensitive very sensitive I love when John John yesterday Doug, was, talking about how he's an m. path, and like I could not. Stifle the laughter hard enough really in my personal math I am referred to sometimes as. An impact but thank, you Pointing out the. Fact that it was. Laughable as far. As you're, concerned when you, make comments. Like that constantly yes it is, what that Bernardine is dead what's wrong and that is the guy's dead so what's your that's a factual comment no fake news here, he's not still alive no fake news he's, dead the AD Focus on it like. That and you..
"robuchon" Discussed on KGO 810
"Smoother Pace I just started going faster than usual Well? I, was thinking Sean was thrown are you well. I'm happy to report that yo l. Will I'm not accurate report is, actually sad I got thrown off their yo l Robuchon apologies if I mispronounce. That the most Michelin decorated, chef in history the. Chef of the senators long robot zone Died yesterday, at the age of seventy three how Michelin tyre manufacturer restaurant I don't know but. It is what it. Is do. You take their advice what's diehard batteries figure. This, restaurant but I love the fact, that according? To, the BBC article about him his most famous. Recipe was for and I quote the. Humble mashed potato potato half butter, mash who died of butter sounds pretty good I'll tell you that no kidding. Half potato half butter mash, bring it on Wow It's. Sickening does the. Forgettable That. French cooking note Strong east Joe Getty we, approve of this program thirty stars or something like that from the. Tire company about that. You, get free rotations yeah that's a good year going to start to ring rank. And beers or something I don't get time for the show to begin everybody according to. FCC rules and regulations here we go at Mark recently unearth. Writings by vice President Mike Pence discovered by CNN and columns from the late nineteen. Ninety Wow that's the Dead Sea scrolls of Mike Pence See.
"robuchon" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Little street with the memorable name John Mason has lived on memory lane for forty years the thing that surprises people is that it's in Chicago one. Of, my coworkers actually made up a poem called, memory lane is a dead end street What you may not realize is is that. Street memory lane is tucked away in the far northwest. Side basically wedged into a dead end street with happy people it's a nice quiet streets enjoyable Yeah it's a unique, small black by funding LeVine whenever steal the street selling years ago they did constantly Terry cash ner NewsRadio on one five point nine FM the. Company that invented animatronic says unveiled a new creation stunt men and women could soon be out of a job as Disney has created. A robotic stuntman that can perform sixty feet in the air the robot, uses lasers and other technology to track and adjust its position in mid, air to, mimic, the actions of an actual person Disney. Is calling the, technology stunned tropics it's hoping to use the robots and it's the parks in, front of live audiences that piper, CBS, news Tom Cruise Iran Winnie, the Pooh at, the box office this weekend mission impossible fallout top ticket sales for the second straight weekend. With an estimated thirty five million, dollars despite newcomer Christopher Robin according to studio estimates yesterday the sixth mission, impossible installment has rolled up one hundred twenty four million. Dollars in its, first ten, days As of. Release Disney's live action Winnie the Pooh revival Christopher Robin opened, on the low side of expectations with twenty, five million and the, r. rated action comedy the spy who dumped me open in third with twelve point four million a man considered to be one of the great. Chefs of the twentieth century has died in the nineteen seventies Joel Robuchon hit the staid stuffy world of French cuisine like an explosion. Of playfulness using expensive ingredients yes but prepared with utmost simplicity in the, simplest of surroundings chef of the century he's an icon assistant dean TJ, della Don, of, Johnson and Wales university where Robichon once. Taught that have, worked for him have gone onto a major thing so he's a leader he's an icon and he was just, an, incredible chef French media say, robot Sean died, in Geneva he was seventy three Vicki Barker CBS news at the foreign desk in London Sorry Lance Bass of in sync thought he was going, to be the proud owner of the house. Featured, in the opening and closing shots of the Brady bunch, even invited Maureen McCormick, who played Marcia on, the, TV show for dinner well the deal fell through with the singer saying he's heartbroken that he's been outbid for the house the. Home and the Los. Angeles.
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"In New York I'm Jerry Barmash what the stories you'll be talking about on. Seventy seven WABC it looks like the start of another heat wave as temperatures ascend, into the nineties much more, with Bill Evans coming up in. The full forecast police have few answers for why a dead baby washed up on the shore near the. South street seaport the infant approximately eight months old was unconscious and unresponsive lying on the embankment near the age of. The East River the baby was spotted by an Oklahoma family who alerted police. Shock about it so Yeah it's it's awful the baby was face. Up Trial was only wearing. Diapers no parents or guardian were at the scene police have identified the person found, in, the, freezer for an Upper West side restaurant fifty four zero Carlton Henderson of Arizona jumped out of the freezer. At Sarah Beth's on Amsterdam avenue and, west eightieth yesterday he started attacking employees ultimately subdued but died up. A, hospital suffering some sort of medical emergency police now, saying he was accused of a, pair of Boston murderers indicted for that last year anger and outrage, over anti Chinese, were feeding on Brooklyn community WABC Bob Brown, reports lawmakers and community leaders banding together invention hers where there's been a pattern. Of anti-chinese graffiti at several sites in the area they're calling it a hate crime and want, the NYPD, to conduct an investigation Brooklyn borough president Eric Adams the premeditated action to a dinner FAI a group, H, sweet, them, and, they disparaging. Negative fashion assemblywoman Nancy Tom Hey, what our, community Adams is offering a one thousand dollar reward leading to the arrests and conviction of the person or. Persons, responsible in Brooklyn Bobby Brown WABC, news man is in critical condition, after he was punched in the. Face, and knocked to the ground in queens police say, the incident happened early yesterday on, twenty nine th street on a story the suspect allegedly punched the, thirty five year, old victim after a confrontation which causes head, to hit the pavement police say the suspect left the scene in a white. SUV brutal weekend for crime in Chicago at least eleven dead and seventy heard from shootings mayor, Rahm Emanuel, explains the problem there are too many guns on the street too, many people with criminal records on, the, street And there is a shortage A, values about what? Is right what is wrong What is acceptable what is condoned what is condemned Joel Robuchon master chef who, took.
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"Radio seven eighty and one, point nine FM Indiana state police are open to the public and help them solve the only unsolved murder of. A northeast Indiana police. Officer Fremont town marshal Bobby Moore was gunned down in nineteen eighty eight outside his home. In the town that just south of the Michigan state line state police detective commander Kevin Smith believes. Someone knows something about Moore's killing thirty years. Later and says that person needs to do. The right thing the supreme court has released its decision, on the lawsuit involving the sidewalk, injury and downstate cities states high court ruled seven to nothing on Thursday the. Danville was not. Immune from liability as the city had, argued lower courts had sided. With the city finding that the municipality. Was protected by a state law. Intended to shield government from the actions of their employees the plaintiff Barbara Munson sued the city several years ago after she tripped on an uneven sidewalk section and Broke her shoulder she argued the city had an obligation to keep the sidewalk in a reasonably safe condition Lisa fielding NewsRadio on one zero five, point nine, FM at Ohio man has died after going missing while swimming at a Lake Michigan beach along northwestern DNA the Indiana Department of natural resources say Solomon Martinez of Cincinnati. Was swimming with a group of friends yesterday at Portage lakefront river walk beach in Portage when he did not resurface supreme court nominee Brad Kavanagh it's, getting positive reviews after meeting privately with GOP senators on Capitol Hill the Republicans are calling him a family man who loves. The line is open and friendly some say he's the kind of guy you'd like to have a beer with Democrats are now preparing to grill. The judge over his time as President George W Bush's staff secretary, and his legal approach to executive power version and other major issues and French chef Joel Robuchon died of cancer in Geneva today he was seventy three..
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"Unfortunately it's zero visibility and very. Low cloud cover, so our search Crews have been unable to visually. Locate the crash site we know approximately where it is but we just haven't been able to put is on it, the pilot had radio that there were injuries before his satellite transmission was cut off the Trump administration announces today it's reimposing sanctions on Iran, correspondent Cami, McCormick these sanctions rollbacks are gold. Raw material and the automobile sector the most punishing, sanctions, to be reimposed we'll be on Iran's oil exports that doesn't happen until November the Trump administration has said it wanted. To shut those off completely but secretary of state. Pompeo now says close to zero major importers of Iranian oil or China Japan and. South Korea the US may soften its, stance on allowing waiver financial fraud trial of former, Trump campaign chair Paul Manafort moves into its first full week CBS's Paula Reed we expect to hear some testimony from one of his accountant's will continue to testify that, once all the money dried up he. Then, tried to falsify Bank documents about his income. In order to Get loans so he could. Continue to purchase items now the star witness this week will. Be Richard gates former deputy Trump campaign. Chairman who will testify against him. Word came this morning is. Celebrated French chef has died live to the foreign desk and CBS's. Vicki Barker Joel Robuchon rock the stuffy snobbish world that was French cuisine in the nineteen seventies, he pioneered the Italian. Style of restaurants serving haute cuisine at counter restaurants that didn't take reservations confining most dishes to. Three or at most four ingredients something is knows that the. Michelin star regime yet Robichon also spent years as the holder of the most Michelin stars in the world he was seventy, three Debra s.
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"It's barbecue breakfast at the santa fe school of cooking i hope you'll come to that too well i've been off on a couple of trips lately and i know a lot of you get to las vegas to a couple of my more impressive meals out there were one at jose andres restaurant his bizarre meat which is on the north end of the strip and it was really quite an impressive very meaty feast at all kinds of great things that night but you know one of the things that was interesting is that a couple of the dishes that i liked the most were truly vegetable dishes he had done a tar tar with a wonderful ripe seasonal you're just you're just coming in tomatoes there and it was presented like a beef tar tar had capers and things in just presented on the plate like it was you know beef but it was all these wonderful beefsteak red tomatoes and serve with lettuce leaves and oh my gosh that was terrific and then he also does an omar to chef joel robuchon from france who has been known for a couple of decades now for the the wildest most amazing mashed potato dish ever and jose does a pretty darn good version of that i have to say it's really good it's made with these special french law rat potatoes which you can even now get in santa fe matt ramiro hasn't out of the santa fe farmer's market on saturday mornings and those can absorb an incredible amount of butter and cream so you end up with this amazing puree that is like you know just something beyond what mashed potatoes normally are envisioned as and i've had the great pleasure to eat that at his restaurant in paris and in las vegas and other places and i would say that jose andres is nailing it pretty darn well there too so i also went to a place called the black sheep which is a really hot spot off of the strip these days and its way off the strip away on the west side i would've guessed probably that evening that my party was the only one that had come from a hotel they look very local and it's a vietnamese inspired food it kinda starts with vietnamese but then goes off and all kinds of fascinating directions and i would really recommend that and the prices are very reasonable then to or they are too well then i headed up to denver i've been celebrating a big birthday like all the month of june so i just kept having fun actually it was an eagles concert that took me up there but i made sure to get.
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"Take it a need during the national anthem those that athletes talking about the police officers that murder innocent people who is the one who during world is defending the bad apple police officers whose you heard we situation of to the ask them you have to send in them because i've i've turned the situation the anthem corinne to one caride the people that have turned the situation into the anthem or the anti american players who were taking a need during him anti american about periods precisely antiamerican of course it is she this is the problem you make here just take a breath from it here's the here's the players were contradicts your your nonsense and i don't i don't mean to be i don't try not to be disrespectful you you make legitimate arguments about your concern about police policing in america i don't take that away from you but then you completely shoot yourself in the foot by saying but it's not about the anthem it's not about america it's not about the flag when you know full well it's precisely about the anthem that's what they choose to protest what is going to compare all now we pay more and more ray smuggle justice with him also again clinching changing subject to third change of corinne changing the subject you're going off on focus on without your you know exactly what it's about i know exactly what it's about your you don't like the circumstances of the tamir rice shooting so therefore you think it's it's justifiable have a bunch of millionaires excuse me let me let me finish my point so you as justifiable robuchon millionaire players to disrespect the national anthem the flag and the military and the police by doing what they're doing before a football game and i don't know how you can i don't know how you can connect those karim recall in millionaires or whatever but machar of you still have families lived in these big lewis that i'll police fight he's bad no what to do no also have that conversation we should have the dialogue we should talk about police community relations i'm arguing we have a conversation when you try to take the message that they try to put over two and make it about the flagship thinking about this.
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"Your in the national anthem those amounts of police also murder innocent who were doing world is defending the bad apple police officers whose you heard defect we turn situation into the air from guess offended up because i've i've toured the situation the the anthem corinne one karim the people that have turned the situation into the anthem or the anti american players who are taking a need during an anti american about pets precisely and getting american of course it is she this is the problem you may be just take a breath from it here's the here's the premier's would contradicts your your nonsense and i don't i don't mean to be i don't try not to be disrespectful you may you make legitimate arguments about your concern about police policing in america i don't take that away from you but then you completely shoot yourself in the foot by saying but it's not about the anthem it's not about america it's not about the flag when you know full well it's precisely about the anthem that's what they choose to protest what are all now i believe pay more and more raced my book justice with him also it's again clinching change subject change of corinne changing the subject you're going off on focused on your without your you know exactly what it's about i know exactly what it's about your you don't like the circumstances of the tamir rice shooting so therefore you think it's it's justifiable bunch of millionaire excuse me limit let me finish my point so you as justifiable robuchon millionaire players to disrespect the national anthem the flag in the.