We are all familiar with the expression, “You are what you eat.” In fact, according to chef Roger Dufau, we can say, “We are what we think and what we eat.”
“What we think is at the root of our beliefs, motivating all of our actions,” says Roger Dufau, who has been featured in Love, God, and the Art of French Cooking by James F. Twyman. From the time he was born, Dufau has been immersed in a culture of food and flavors. Now, he offers lessons on how to become a chef of French cuisine, and also a master of our own lives.
Through demonstrations and discussions, we learn age-old cooking techniques while tackling tough and often controversial topics, from genetically modified crops to our reliance on prepared and fast foods. “Eating unloved food is like living an unloved life,” says Dufau.
Whether you are just starting to cook, have spent years in the kitchen, or just like to eat, this workshop offers something for everyone.