Monday, August 8, 2011

The Influential Chef Fergus Henderson?




















MJ featured a story on Fergus Henderson, arguably one of the most influential chefs alive today affecting some high profile cooks on the scene (think David Chang and Mario Batali). His philosophy of "nose to tail" gastronomy is kind of gross in reality (he works primarily with offal, often discarded innards and odd animal body parts), but conceptually important and fairly important. He is founder of St. John restaurant in England and most of his dishes are sourced primarily in traditional British cooking.

Check out the article HERE. More info HERE.

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