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Gainesville Observed (February 2015)

Chef Michel offers exquisite tastes of France!

Charmes de la France (April-May 2014)

Chef Michel teaches regional French cooking with Charmes de la France.

Gainesville Magazine (April-May 2014)

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The Gainesville Sun (Jan. 2014)

“Gainesville residents have the opportunity to get a taste of France through a culinary cooking class that focuses on Mediterranean France…”

The Gainesville Sun (Feb. 2013)

Brad McClenny/Staff Photographer Chef Michel Maloiseau caramelizes bananas on an outdoor propane cooktop at his home in Gainesville
Brad McClenny/Staff Photographer
Chef Michel Maloiseau caramelizes bananas on an outdoor propane cooktop at his home in Gainesville

“Michel Maloiseau has worked in kitchens in London, Paris and across the U.S., and he spent eight years teaching French cooking at Kendall College in Chicago before retiring to Gainesville in 2009.

But he’ll never forget the lessons he learned at his family’s restaurant, where he chopped his first Belgian endive and helped prepare grand veneur sauce, a sauce served with wild game…”

WUFT News

Sara Drumm / WUFT News Maloiseau's "Professional Chef's Bible," which he received as part of his training and still uses today.
Sara Drumm / WUFT News
Maloiseau’s “Professional Chef’s Bible,” which he received as part of his training and still uses today.

“The chef, who was born in the Loire Valley in France, keeps his skills sharp by cooking for Gainesville groups, including a fundraiser for the Gainesville Symphony Orchestra, and cooking fish with his 5-year-old grandson…”

Chicago News Media
Korean Television Network Interview (in Korean and English)

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