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Henri Paul Pellaprat

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Name  Henri-Paul Pellaprat
Role  Journalist
Died  1954, Paris, France

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Books  Modern French culinary art

Henri-Paul Pellaprat ([ɑ̃ʁi pɔl pɛlapʁa]; Saint-Maur-des-Fossés, 1869-1954) was a French chef, founder with the journalist Marthe Distel of Le Cordon Bleu school in Paris. He was the author of La cuisine familiale et pratique and other classic French cookery texts. He worked from the age of twelve as pastry boy then cook at many of the most famous restaurants of the La Belle Époque Paris such as the Maison Dorée. He taught at l’École du Cordon bleu for 32 years; his students including Maurice Edmond Sailland, later known as Curnonsky, and Raymond Oliver.

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