Chef Michel B. Maloiseau
is a master French chef now settled in Gainesville, FL who demonstrates classic healthy French cooking techniques. He is an expert on food creativity and preparation, and selects only the best local ingredients to prepare his dishes.
Culinary Arts Assistant Professor and Instructor (2009 – 2012)
Culinary Regional French Cooking Classes for Santa Fe College, Gainesville, FL.
General Manager and Executive Chef Consultant (2008 – 2009)
Nottoway Plantation, near Baton Rouge, LA.
Culinary Arts Professor and Instructor (2000 – 2008)
Kendall College, Evanston, IL.
Executive Chef, Owner and General Manager (1997 – 2000)
Resto 22, Chicago, IL.
Restaurant Consultant and Instructor (1995 – 1997)
“Toujours Bon” Rotisserie and Restaurant, Piano Bar, and Lounge, Chicago, IL.
Lexington College Culinary Institute, Chicago, IL.
General Manager and Food and Beverage Director (1994 -1995)
Private Chef for Le Franklin Restaurant, Michigan City, IL.
French Air Force, Villacoublay, Paris, France (1961 – 1963)
G.L.A.M. Groupe des Liasisons Aeriennes et Ministeriels
Catered special luncheons for General Charles de Gaulle, former President of France, as well as for other heads of state. Chef and flight attendant, witnessed John F. Kennedy and Charles de Gaulle meeting in the Paris Airport.
My passion for food and cooking led me to meet some of the most talented professional chefs and pastry chefs in France, Europe, and all over America.