Lenotre Bread

Lenôtre made bold moves during his lifetime. Among his list of firsts: the first chain of upscale bakeries in Paris, a bakery-café bistro in the first French shopping mall, the first central kitchen in the country outside of Paris, the first professional French re-training chef school, the first line of frozen desserts distributed all over France, and the first International bakery franchises (now in a dozen countries including Germany, Japan, Hong Kong and Kuwait). Among the prominent chefs he trained are David Bouley and Michel Richard.[1] He was one of the main inspirations for the character Gusteau in the 2007 Pixar film Ratatouille. Lenôtre wrote nine recipe books with his daughter Sylvie that have been translated into English, German, and Japanese and have sold close to a million copies. He also was the official caterer of the World Soccer Cup in France in 1998 and of the French Olympic team in Sydney, Australia. He catered for presidents, kings, and celebrities all over the world.

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