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Edouard Nignon

(1865-1934)

Regarded as one of the greatest French chefs. During his career he cooked at the Cafe Anglais, Paillard, Claridges in London, Larue, and in L'Ermitage in Moscow.

According to Larousse Gastronomique, he was head chef to the Tsar, the Emperor of Austria, and president Woodrow Wilson.

 

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