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Gastronomy: Denmark won Bocus d 'Or – world



In the 2019 edition, which was honored tonight at Boke's D'Or, they paid tribute to two great names in French cuisine that died in 2018: Paul Bocus and Joel Robuchon.

Chef Kenneth Toft-Hansen, who already participated in the finals of this prestigious cooking contest in 2015, owns the hotel restaurant "Svinkel Badelotte", on the northern coast of Jitland, Denmark. This Scandinavian success is explained, according to the winner, with their "great experience of competition". "These flavors, this freshness, it was the right moment," testified before the press, a golden statuette in hand.

Twenty-four cooks – including two women – from around the world clashed two days around two dishes typical of French gastronomy: a grenade charter, a greeting to chef Joel Robucon, who died in August and a roast of roast veal, in honor of Paul Bocus, the celebrity founder of this match, died a year ago.

Each team had 5:35 to perform its realization and to compete with originality. "I've seen exceptional work, there's no word, it's nice and that's good," said the honorary president of the jury, three-year-old chef Christoph Bakie.

France, who won the "Bocus d 'Orr" seven times, is pleased with the "Best Theme" award. In 2017, the winner was the United States. The golden statuette with the image of Paul Bocuse, founder of this "world cup" in the kitchen, was presented by his son Jerome, president of the 2017 competition and president of Sira, an international restoration fair. (Ps / NXP)

Created: 01/30/2019, 9:47 PM


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