Charles Ranhofer

Charles Ranhofer (November 7, 1836, Saint-Denis, France — October 9, 1899, New York) was the chef at the famous Delmonico's Restaurant in New York from 1862 to 1876 and 1879 to 1896. Ranhofer was the author of The Epicurean, (1894), an encyclopedic cookbook of over 1,000 pages, similar in scope to Escoffier's Le Guide Culinaire.

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... Chicken filets Sadi Carnot – chef Charles Ranhofer almost certainly had French President Marie François Sadi Carnot (1837–1894) in mind, not his uncle, the physicist Nicolas Léonard Sadi Carnot (1796–1832) ... Charles Maurice de Talleyrand-Périgord held the title of Prince of Żagań ... Why Ranhofer named a beef hash after him is open to speculation ...
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... turned famed writer and satirist, was honored in this dish by Delmonico's chef Charles Ranhofer ... In New York City, Charles Ranhofer created "artichokes à la Rachel" in her honor ... Charles Ranhofer created "Meringued pancakes à la Rossini." Soufflé Rothschild – a dessert soufflé created by Marie-Antoine Carême for Baron James Mayer de Rothschild (1792–186 ...

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