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Chef Thibaut Ruggeri creates new menu items for Air France

Posted by Hilary Nangle  November 13, 2013 08:54 AM

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RUGGERI-200.jpegOoh-la-la! Through May 1, 2014, business class fliers on Air France's long-haul flights will enjoy special dishes created by Chef Thibaut Ruggeri, head chef at Lenotre, Bocuse d'Or, paired with wines chosen by world-renowned sommelier Olivier Poussier.

Pairings might include duck confit with snow peas and almonds, with Saint-Estèphe Château Le Crock 2008 Cru Bourgeois; ducking chestnuts and red currants, with Vallée du Rhône Vinsobres Les Cornuds 2010 Perrin et fils; or hake, honeyed carrots and verjuice, with Bourgogne Macon Lugny 2011 Domaine Joseph Drouhin. Ruggeri is the latest French gastronomy ambassador on Air France. Others have included Joël Robuchon, Guy Martin and Michel Roth.

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