(June 3, 1805 - April 4, 1884)
Adolphe Duglere was a pupil of Carême, head chef of the Rothschild family, and in 1866 became the head chef of the most famous 19th century Paris restaurant, the Cafe Anglais. He is generally credited with creating Anna Potatoes.
It was at the Cafe Anglais that Duglere served the famous 'Dinner of the Three Emperors,' for Tsar Alexander II of Russia, his son (later to become tsar Alexander III) and King William I of Prussia. The table service used for that occasion is still on display at the oldest existing restaurant in Paris, La Tour d'Argent.