An Evening with Jacques Pepin at the Commonwealth Club
World-renowned chef Jacques Pépin is a gifted culinary artist. He has hosted 13 popular cooking series on public television and written dozens of cookbooks. Pépin was born in Bourg-en-Bresse, near Lyon. After moving to the United States in 1959, Pépin served for ten years as director of research and new development for the Howard Johnson Company, a position that taught him about mass production, marketing, food chemistry and American food tastes. Enjoy an evening with Jacques Pépin, as he discusses his upcoming 14th cooking series, Jacques Pépin: Heart and Soul.
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