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Maitres Cuisiniers de France The Cookbook
New York, NY, October 6, 2017
Master Chefs of France
The Maitres Cuisiniers de France The Cookbook was produced in partnership between the Maîtres Cuisiniers de France and renowned photographer Battman. This 382-page full-color cookbook showcases the pinnacle of modern French cuisine from the world’s most renowned French Chefs.
77 of the 80 Chefs belonging to the USA-Canada Chapter of the Maîtres Cuisiniers de France | MCF-USA have put together their first (savory only) cookbook snapped by Ph’ood photographer extraordinaire Battman, founder of The Chefs Connection.
The French Master chefs live and work in 21 States in the US, in Canada, Grand Cayman, and St. Lucia. You will have seen some of the Maitres Cuisiniers de France on television programs such as chopped. Some have won multiple awards at prestigious Culinary Recognition Events, and some may not be known to you yet.
With only 500 Chefs worldwide in the global organization, you will enjoy their vibrant and creative vibe.
The book and its contents is endorsed and blessed by Paul Bocuse and Jacques Pepin, both French culinary mentors to chefs worldwide.
Each recipe is beautifully photographed by the world-famous Battman, and presented in striking color with an 8.75” x 12” hardcover landscape format. The recipes were curated by MCF-USA/Canada President Jean-Louis Dumonet, and under the passionate direction of Karen Dumonet. The Maitres Cuisiniers de France The Cookbook is an exciting collection of savory dishes, 154 in all, all equally tempting to both palate and eye and laid out on Porcelaines Raynaud plates.
The book will be available for purchase September 15th on Amazon and on each restaurant including Madison Bistro NYC.
The eVersion can be requested from Chef Claude Godard (owner of Madison Bistro) and can be shipped to you and include a personalized word and signature
The Maitres Cuisiniers de France The Cookbook is the perfect holiday gift for foodies and gourmands.
Valentine’s Weekend at Madison Bistro
This February 13th and 14th of 2016, it’s your chance to show that special someone just how much they really mean.
Your Valentine deserves the best and French Master Chef Claude Godard will prepare a 4-course Prix Fixe Menu at $59 per person.
That means that you can spend Valentine’s Weekend at Madison Bistro in New York with that someone you love without breaking the bank.
Besides, Madison Bistro is located in Midtown East, so after your romantic meal with us, you can take a romantic stroll to the Empire State Building, Bryant Park, and then head to Grand Central Station for your ride home.
Valentine’s Weekend at Madison Bistro Menu
What will you and your sweetheart enjoy? Some of your favorite dishes will be on the selection. See the Valentine’s menu here.
When love is not madness, it is not love. join us to enjoy for more than just a date…
Call us at 212-447-1919 to make a reservation.
“Love is a canvas furnished by Nature and embroidered by imagination.” — Voltaire
NYC Christmas Eve Celebration
Are you thinking about Christmas Eve? Are you tasked with planning the office party, or – gasp – the family get together?
An NYC Christmas Eve celebration can be the most wonderful time of the year! The Christmas season brings many reasons to celebrate together. Master Chef Claude Godard and his team at Madison Bistro hope to be one of those reasons for you and yours.
Share your love and joy with friends and family this year again at Madison Bistro and French Master Chef Chef Claude Godard will prepare a wonderful Christmas atmosphere around the table.
Chef Godard and his team will put together ingredients and dishes that will make you remember your NYC Christmas Eve Celebration for years.
So go ahead, call your loved ones and reunite them. Use this cheerful Christmas dinner to celebrate and exchange your beautiful thoughts!
Do not wait and bring your friends or family at Madison Bistro and enjoy a wonderful 4-course dinner for only $49 per person.
Place your online reservation or reserve by calling us directly at 212-447-1919 and make sure you can get your desired time and favorite table.
Madison Bistro also has a private room for up to 18 guests.
Madison Bistro is located at 238 Madison Avenue at 37th Street. Our French restaurant is near to the Empire State Building, Bryant Park, and Grand Central Station.
Salmon Tartar with Oysters and Cucumber
Préparation : 15 min
Cuisson : 0 min
Ingrédients pour 4 personnes
350 gr Fillet of salmon
6 unit Oysters
10 cl Heavy cream
1 bunch Chive
1 Sprig Dill
The fish and the oysters need to be extremely fresh because they will be eaten raw.
Preparing the ingredients
Place the oysters in a dish towel in your hand. Open the oysters with an oyster knife.
Empty the water in the shells into a bowl and remove the oyster from its shell into the oyster water. Scrape the meat in the top half of the oyster and Place the oysters on a cutting board and chop with a chef’s knife.
Set aside in a bowl and refrigerate.
Make an incision near the tail of the salmon and run Read more »
At Madison Bistro, the Midtown East French Bistro that has been delighting locals for ages, French Master Chef Claude Godard always selects the freshest ingredients for his Maine Lobster Sauce Aurore
Our Maine Lobster comes daily and is surrounded by crispy fresh vegetables and Aurore sauce.
What is a “Sauce Aurore”?
This classic French sauce is named after its pinkish-red color which is reminiscent of the sunrise. The Sauce Aurore is an instant mixture of homemade Mayonnaise, a touch of tomato Ketchup and a splash of Brandy. French Master Chef Claude Godard hand picks delicious Maine lobster to make this decandent salad topped with Sauce Aurore. It’s an absolute treat.
If you are in New York and you want to try this Maine Lobster Salad with Sauce Aurore and other French classic dishes like French Onion Soup, Traditional Escargot, or a Tarte Flambee, then come to Madison Bistro.
Madison Bistro is a French restaurant headed by French Master Chef Claude Godard. He hails from Burgundy, so the menu showcases many Burgundian dishes. This French Restaurant is located a few steps away from the Morgan Library, Bryant Park, and Grand Central Station, making it a superb location for locals and tourists alike.