Inventing cuisine : Gérald Passédat
A film by Paul Lacoste
Marseille inhabits Gérald Passédat.
Marseille inhabits Gérald Passédat, and Paul Lacoste’s film shows this with affection and humor. He captures the way the chef considers the sea to be his personal vegetable patch “growing” out in front of his restaurant – and the way he snaps up everything it has to offer. Few other “Mediterranean” chefs exhibit such curiosity for the ocean’s treasures.
There’s also the city’s passion for “elsewhere” which Gérald Passédat has integrated into his culinary art. Likewise, the lightness – the marine fluidity – that we find in his dishes… And then the rigor as well, like an echo of Marseille which we always think of as fanciful, but can fall prey to the Mistral too.
La paire de tarte Réglisse
Le secret du loup Lucie Passédat
Co-production Cuisine TV
Langues Français, English
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