For chefs who are highly creative, cooking is an art. They make use of the latest cooking techniques so that when we enjoy delicious food we know of the art of cooking as well as the great cook responsible for the amazing product of culinary arts. There are many great chefs all over the world; some of whom are listed below to demonstrate their commitment to the development of food art.
Anthony Bourdain is the executive chef at Brasserie Les Halles, New York. Being an artistic cook he wrote his own book; “Kitchen Confidential: Adventures in the Culinary Underbelly”. Cooking is Bourdain’s passion and he hosts a number of cookery shows every year as well as touching upon all aspects of cooking in his blog and exploring all of its possible areas. Indeed, he is one of the best artistic cooks in the world.
The well known English chef, Heston Marc Blumenthal, gives importance to the scientific approach of cooking. Besides being a celebrity of the culinary arts, Blumenthal is the owner of a number of restaurants; one such restaurant, The Fast Duck Restaurant, was selected as one of the 50 best restaurants in the world in 2006. Since he is passionate about food art, he is also greatly interested in the theory of cooking, thus Blumenthal’s own theory of Multi-Sensory Cooking is appreciated and accepted globally.
Julia Child who has devoted herself to the art of cooking had proved once again that women can cook better! Through her famous book “Mastering the Art of French Cooking” Julia introduced the culinary arts of France to the people of America. Her popular TV show “The French Chef” was also aimed to promote the food art of the French nation.
The major in Political Science, Charlie Trotter is one of the best artistic cooks in the world. Besides being a chef, Trotter is also a restaurateur, and is the founder of the famous cooking show “The Masterchef”. Trotter has authored 14 cook books and among authored chefs, Charlie Trotter is one of the most celebrated. He founded the Charlie Trotter Culinary Education Organization as part of his efforts to promote the culinary arts. Trotter believes that food is love and hence everyone should be actively involved in its arts. Due to such efforts, in 2005, Charlie Trotter was awarded “Humanitarian of the Year” by IACP.
Marco Pierre White
Marco Pierre White is a celebrated chef of Britain and is also known as the Godfather of Modern Cuisine, as he has contributed enormously to the International Cuisine of modern times. At the young age of 33, Marco Pierre White won 3 Michelin stars for his great contribution to the art of cooking. White believes that we gain by sharing what we have and thus acts as a mentor to several famous chefs including Curtis Stone and Gordon James Ramsay.
Gordon James Ramsay
The well-known Scottish-born chef Gordon James Ramsay is a celebrity of the culinary industry. Ramsay entertains his customers by creating the most sumptuous delicacies by transcending the worlds’ cuisines. In the UK, Ramsay has the distinction as the only chef who has received more than ten Michelin stars. Furthermore, Ramsay appears in various TV shows like Master Chef USA, Hell’s Kitchen and Ramsay’s Kitchen Nightmare, thus adding to his celebrity status and the awareness of the culinary arts.
Albert Adria has introduced numerous techniques to the culinary arts as well as being a co-creator to one of the world’s first culinary amusement parks. This venture enabled Albert to win a number of Michelin stars. Pastry is Adria’s favorite domain; he has made great contributions to the global pastry venue and in recognition of his efforts he was declared the World’s Best Pastry Chef in 2015. The popular “Adria duo’s cutting-edge sweets” is another contribution of Adria.