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When you think of French food, chances are you’re not thinking about firing up the grill. But on Bastille Day, many French citizens take to the streets to celebrate with freshly grilled cuisine. We talk with chef Patrice Olivon about the surprising traditions of this French holiday, and how the cuisine of his homeland is evolving.
- Patrice Olivon Program Director of Culinary Arts at L'Academie de Cuisine
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