OFF – Last Impressions


I swear, this will be the last post about Omnivore Food Festival! I just had to publish some more impressions which didn’t fit in any of the other posts. Like things that happened all around OFF and afterwards.

Wagyu beef from Spain, offered by Parisian butcher Yves-Marie Le Bourdonnec (Calling himself “Le Boucher Bohème”, check this interview )

No Joke: these beauties are fed with (organic!) red wine part of their lives and are listening to music. Party animals!

Yes, it was as good as it looked! As if the fat inside the meat was melted Foie Gras! My mouth is still watering when I see these pics!

Back to basics with….

…fine dining at 5 am. ;)

Spontaneous closing party with the staff of the festival, some chefs and friends of Omnivore. Katsumi Ishida of En mets fais ce qu’il te plait in Lyon is handling the Teppanyaki.

Razor-Clams anyone?

Fresh Fillets of Fish, aromatized with Vanilla.

Snails with a certain type of truffle – delicious!

Some of the chefs. James Syhabout on the left end, Ben Shewry on the right end, Magnus Nilsson of Faviken in Northern Sweden next to him.

So that was it, my final curtain on OFF. Thanks again!

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  1. Der Metzger-Magier von Paris: Yves-Marie Le Bourdonnec — Blind Tasting Club – Wine and Dine Blog Said,

    […] Hier das aufgeschnittene Salaté zum Abendessen. Es schmeckt einfach köstlich, hat einen leichten Ingwer-Touch und ist insgesamt hocharomatisch. Dazu passt sehr gut ein schön saftiger Pinot Noir, ruhig einer der besseren Sorte aus Chambolle-Musigny oder Gevrey-Chambertin. Leider hatten wir diesmal keine Gelegenheit die berühmte “Côtes de Boeuf” zu probieren, diese ist nämlich nur auf Vorbestellung erhältlich bei einem Kilo-Preis von ca. 70 Euro. Vor einen Jahr aber ist Sie mir beim Omnivore-Festival in Deauville als Gratisprobe zwischen die Zähne gekommen, siehe hier. […]

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