Thursday, October 24, 2013
8:00pm (Reception 6:30-7:30pm)

An Evening with Chef Daniel Boulud
in conversation with Jonathan Gold
discussing his new book,  DANIEL: My French Cuisine

William Turner Gallery
Bergamot Station Arts Center
2525 Michigan Avenue, Santa Monica, CA 90404

$20 General Admission
$60 Includes Boulud’s book + General Admission seats
$95 Includes Pre-event reception* + Boulud’s book + Reserved Seats

* The reception includes selections inspired by  DANIEL: My French Cuisine

Daniel Boulud is a world-renowned French chef based in New York.  He owns restaurants in New York, Miami, Palm Beach, London, Toronto, and Singapore.  He has won James Beard Foundation awards for “Outstanding Restaurant” (for Daniel in 2010), “Outstanding Restaurateur” (2006), “Best Chef, New York City” (1992), and “Outstanding Chef of the Year” (1994).  The French government made him a Chevalier de la Legion d’Honneur in 2006.  He has served on the board of City-Meals-on-Wheels since 2000, and he received a “Culinary Humanitarian” award in 2007.  Boulud is also co-founder and chairman of the Bocuse d’Or USA Foundation.

Daniel Boulud, one of America’s most respected and successful chefs, delivers a definitive, yet personal cookbook on his love of French food.
From coming of age as a young chef to adapting French cuisine to American ingredients and tastes, Daniel Boulud reveals how he expresses his culinary artistry at Restaurant Daniel. With more than 75 signature recipes, plus an additional 12 recipes Boulud prepares at home for his friends on more casual occasions,

Included in the cookbook are diverse and informative essays on such subjects as bread and cheese (bien sûr), and, by Bill Buford, a thorough and humorous look at the preparation of 10 iconic French dishes, from Pot au Feu Royale to Duck a la Presse..  The book includes more than 120 gorgeous photographs capturing the essence of Boulud’s cuisine and the spirit of restaurant Daniel, as well as a glimpse into Boulud’s home kitchen.

Jonathan Gold is the restaurant critic for the Los Angeles Times. He won the Pulitzer Prize in criticism in 2007 and was a finalist again in 2011. A Los Angeles native, he began writing the Counter Intelligence column for the L.A. Weekly in 1986, wrote about death metal and gangsta rap for Rolling Stone and Spin among other places, and is delighted that he has managed to forge a career out of the professional eating of tacos.