The curious history of the Michelin Guide and a Hazelnut Mousseline in an Egg Shell recipe

Margaret Rens describes the history of the Michelin Guide with a recipe of an appetizer she enjoyed at a Michelin star restaurant in Bordeaux.

Not many people know why Michelin is the publisher of a guide rating hotels and restaurants. After all they are a tire company, aren’t they?

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