Fooding

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Fooding is the brand of a restaurant guide and gastronomic events that was founded in 2000. A contraction of the words "food" and "feeling", the Fooding aims (in the words of Frédéric Mitterrand) to “defend a less-intimidating gastronomy for those who want to cook and nourish themselves in an unstuffy fashion”.[1] This neologism appeared for the first time in 1999 in a Nova Mag article by French journalist and food critic, Alexandre Cammas. It has since become the brand of an annual restaurant guide (in print, online, and smartphone application) and of often charitable international culinary events.

The concept[edit]

According to Adam Gopnik in his New Yorker piece, the Fooding is to cuisine what the French New Wave was to French Cinema. The hidden goal was to Americanize French food without becoming American, just as the New Wave, back in the fifties and sixties, was about taking in Hollywood virtues without being Hollywoodized—taking in some of the energy and optimism and informality that the French still associate with American movies while reimagining them as something distinctly French".[2]

The Fooding's mission across its editorial activities and events is to liberate cuisine from the traditional codes and conventions that confine it, to give chefs the possibility of expressing themselves more fully, and to give contemporary eaters a true taste of the times. Through opening this “freer channel in the gastronomic universe”,[3] the Fooding emphasizes “the appetite for novelty and quality, rejection of boredom, love of fun, the ordinary, the sincere, and a yearning to eat with the times”.[4] Initially established by Cammas along with fellow journalist and food critic Emmanuel Rubin, the Fooding was supported by Jean-François Bizot (founder of Actuel and Radio Nova), as well as by Bruno Delport, the director of Novapress. Since 2004, it has been under the support of Marine Bidaud, associate director of the Fooding.

The guide[edit]

As an independent food guide, Fooding pays the bills for its reviewers, proving this by posting meal receipts on its website. It also refuses to give ad space to the restaurants it reviews in an attempt to remain financially separate. These are the essential conditions, says Cammas, for preserving freedom of expression and taste. In 2012, Cammas published an opinion piece in Le Monde, discussing the above conditions and defending the Michelin Guide’s ethics.[5]

Though written entirely in French, the Tips in English allow Anglophones to follow the guide as well. The 2013 Fooding Guide, launched this November, now includes a section on favorite restaurants around the world.

The paper guide[edit]

The first editions of the Fooding guide (2000-2004) were released as special editions of Nova Magazine: Guide Fooding : 1000 adresses pour saliver Paris (The Fooding Guide: 1000 restaurants to drool over in Paris). In 2003 and 2004, two Fooding & Style special issues were published as a supplement to Nova Magazine. In 2004, Nova Magazine stopped publication[6] and, as a result, its special editions. In November 2005, the Paris Fooding Guide relaunched as a supplement to Libération,[7] under the direction of Louis Dreyfus. In December 2005, the website launched with the online edition of the Paris Guide. The France Fooding Guide was published for the first time in 2006, again in partnership with Libération. As such, lefooding.com became a national guide. In 2006 and 2007, the Fooding Guide followed Louis Dreyfus to the Nouvel Observateur,[8] where he took up the post of general director. The 2008 France Guide then became a special edition of the Novel Observateur during summer 2007 with the subtitle 370 restaurants bien de chez nous – Guide vacances été 2007 (370 of our restaurants – Summer vacation guide 2007). The 2008 Paris Guide came out in September 2007 with the subtitle 400 restaurants pour embrasser le goût de l’époque (400 restaurants that embrace the taste of the times). In 2008, a few months after the death of Jean-François Bizot, the Fooding office moved in with the Inrockuptibles at the invitation of Frédéric Allary. In November 2008, for the first time in its history, the France Fooding Guide was published autonomously, under the exclusive direction of Alexandre Cammas and Marine Bidaud.

Le Fooding App[edit]

Launched at the end of October 2010, Le Fooding’s iPhone app was originally available for free until December 31, 2010. The application was downloaded 80,000 times in two months. Since January 1, 2011, the France Guide iPhone app has been available as a paid application (€3.59). It was described in GQ as “the application reserved for gentlemen”. In January 2013, the app was ranked 19th overall in top paid apps and 1st in the Food and Drink category.[9] In August 2012, Le Fooding Guide app for Android was released on Google Play (€3.59). In 2014, the app is available in English and in a Premium version, which also includes the hotel guide.[10]

Le Fooding Guide Writers[edit]

Along with Alexandre Cammas (founder) and Yves Nespoulous (editor-in-chief),[11] a large group of authors, journalists, food writers, writers, “bons vivants”, bloggers and multi-talented people regularly contribute to the different editions of The Guide. These contributors include several emblematic figures of gastronomy and lifestyle, including Julie Andrieu, Sébastien Demorand, Trish Deseine, Frédérick Ernestine Grasser-Hermé, Dominique Hutin, Emmanuel Rubin (cofounder of Fooding Week in 2000 and former partner in Le Fooding Bureau)[12] and Andrea Petrini. François-Régis Gaudry (journalist at L’Express, France Inter and Paris Première) said on his blog that he bylined his first gastronomy article for Le Fooding Guide in 2001.[13] Many other collaborators made their debut as professional food lovers with Le Fooding Guide: Marie Aline, Kéda Black, Danièle Gerkens, Jérome Lefort, Francois Lemarie, Elvira Masson, Julia Sammut (former associate at Le Fooding Bureau) and Hugo de St Phalle.

Le Fooding Awards[edit]

Each new edition of Le Fooding Guide recognizes specific chefs and restaurants with annual awards.[14]

List of Le Fooding Guide Awards by Year

Le Fooding Guide Awards 2014[15]

MARY CELESTE PARIS

2014 Fooding Guide best bar of delights

FRENCHIE TO GO, THE SUNKEN CHIP ET GRILLÉ PARIS

2014 Fooding Guide best finger-lickin’ good ex aequo award

LA BANDE DES BARS POPULAIRES (BONES, L'ORILLON BAR, LES PÈRES POPULAIRES...)

2014 Fooding Guide special honor award

IL BRIGANTE PARIS

2014 Fooding Guide best pizzaiole

SIMPLE SUSHI MARSEILLE

2014 Fooding Guide best sushi award

PERTICA VENDÔME

2014 Fooding Guide best locavore chef

LA BUVETTE PARIS

2014 Fooding Guide best cave à manger

RICHER PARIS

2014 Fooding Guide best bistro

BUVETTE PARIS

2014 Fooding Guide crush

L’'AMATEUR DE THÉS PAU YURI NAGAYA

2014 Fooding Guide best chef

Le Fooding Guide Awards 2013[16]

ROSEVAL PARIS

Le Fooding Guide 2013 Best Restaurant Award

ABRI PARIS

Le Fooding Guide 2013 Fooding Crush Award

GUILLAUME MONJURÉ- PALÉGRIÉ LYON

Le Fooding Guide 2013 Best Chef Award

PIERRE SANG IN OBERKAMPF PARIS

Le Fooding Guide 2013 Best Counter Award

SUSHIQUI MARSEILLE

Le Fooding Guide 2013 Best Raw Food Award

CHEZ MAMANE PARIS

Le Fooding Guide 2013 Best Bouillon Award

LES GRÈS LINDRY

Le Fooding Guide 2013 Best Bistro Award

CHEZALINE PARIS

Le Fooding Guide 2013 Best Sandwich Shop Award

BRUT DE CAMARGUE (ARMAND ARNAL AND BRUNO MARTIN)

Le Fooding Guide 2013 Best Cookbook Award

PAN PARIS

Le Fooding Guide 2013 Best Interior Design Award

KRISTIN FREDERICK- LE CAMION QUI FUME PARIS

Le Fooding Guide 2013 Special Honor Award

LE FOODING Guide Awards 2012[17]

CHATOMAT, PARIS

Le Fooding Guide 2012 Best Restaurant Award

FRENCHIE BAR À VINS PARIS

Le Fooding Guide 2012 Best Wine Bar Award

LA GRENOUILLÈRE MONTREUIL-SUR-MER

Le Fooding Guide 2012 Best Delirium Award

AU PASSAGE PARIS

Le Fooding Guide 2012 Fooding Crush Award

BERTRAND GRÉBAUT- SEPTIME PARIS

Le Fooding Guide 2012 Special Honor Award

L’AGAPÉ SUBSTANCE PARIS

Le Fooding Guide 2012 Treat Yourself Award

LE CABANON AJACCIO

Le Fooding Guide 2012 Best Fresh Catch

EN CUISINE AVEC ALAIN PASSARD, PAR CHRISTOPHE BLAIN (ED.GALLIMARD)

Le Fooding Guide 2012 Best Cookbook Award

LES GRANDES TABLES DE L'ÎLE SEGUIN BOULOGNE-BILLANCOURT

Le Fooding Guide 2012 Best Interior Design Award

LE PANTRUCHE PARIS

Le Fooding Guide 2012 Best Bistro Award– tie

LE GRAIN DE SEL MARSEILLE

Le Fooding Guide 2012 Best Bistro Award– tie

LE FOODING Guide Awards 2011[18]

AUX DEUX AMIS PARIS

Le Fooding Guide 2011 Spoil Yourself Award

RINO PARIS

Le Fooding Guide 2011 Best Inventive Bistro Award

BERTRAND LARCHER BREIZH CAFÉ PARIS

Le Fooding Guide 2011 Special Honor Award

L'AUBERGE AUDIERNE

Le Fooding Guide 2011 Best Inn Award

REM KOOLHAAS AND CLÉMENT BLANCHET LE DAUPHIN PARIS

Le Fooding Guide 2011 Best Interior Design Award

LA TÊTE DANS LES OLIVES PARIS

Le Fooding Guide 2011 Best Set Menu Award

LES PAPILLES INSOLITES PAU

Le Fooding Guide 2011 Best Restaurant-Wine Bar Award

SPRING PARIS

Le Fooding Guide 2011 Best Flavor Agitator Award

Le Fooding Guide Awards 2010[19]

ADELINE GRATTARD YAM'TCHA PARIS

Le Fooding Guide 2010 Best Chef Award

VIGNE EN FOULE GAILLAC

Le Fooding Guide 2010 Best Wine Bistro Award

CAFFÈ DEI CIOPPI PARIS

Le Fooding Guide 2010 Fooding Crush Award

DERRIÈRE PARIS

Le Fooding Guide 2010 Best Interior Design

CHEZ PHAM TOULOUSE

Le Fooding Guide 2010 Spoil Yourself Award

GRÉGORY MARCHAND FRENCHIE PARIS

Le Fooding Guide 2010 Best Chef Award

LE GIBOLIN ARLES

Le Fooding Guide 2010 Best Restaurant-Wine Bar Award

WILLIAM LEDEUIL- ZE KITCHEN GALERIE PARIS

Le Fooding Guide 2010 Special Honor Award

LE FOODING Guide Awards 2009[20]

GUILO GUILO PARIS

Le Fooding Guide 2009 Best New Wave Japanese Restaurant Award

HÔTEL FAURIE SAINT-AGRÈVE

Le Fooding Guide 2009 Best Haunted House Award

AL TAGLIO PARIS

Le Fooding Guide 2009 Spoil Yourself Award

LE CHAT COSNE-COURS-SUR-LOIRE

Le Fooding Guide 2009 Best Bistro Award

ROSE BAKERY PARIS

Le Fooding Guide 2009 Special Honor Award

GOÛTER L’AVEYRON, L’ESPACE GOURMAND MILLAU

Le Fooding Guide 2009 Best Truck Stop

LA CANTINE DU TROQUET PARIS

Le Fooding Guide 2009 Best Small Café Award

CHEZ NAVARRE TOULOUSE

Le Fooding Guide 2009 Best Feast Award

JADIS PARIS

Le Fooding Guide 2009 Best Parisian Bistro Award

LE GRAND COUVERT IGUERANDE

Le Fooding Guide 2009 Best Country Hideaway Award

LE FOODING Guide Awards 2008

UMAMI STRASBOURG

Le Fooding Guide 2008 Best City Restaurant Award

CHEZ JEANNETTE PARIS

Le Fooding Guide 2008 Best Interior Design Award

LE SALON DU PANTHÉON PARIS

Le Fooding Guide 2008 Best Home Cinema Award

SPRING PARIS

Le Fooding Guide Best Hole-in-the-Wall Award

L'ATELIER DU SOMMELIER NIEDERBRONN-LES-BAINS:

Le Fooding Guide 2008 Best Wine Dealer Award

L'ONCLE GEORGES PFETTISHEIM

Le Fooding Guide 2008 Best Flamme-küche Award

LE GRAND PAN PARIS

Le Fooding Guide 2008 Best Bistro Award

RACINES PARIS

Le Fooding Guide 2008 Best Restaurant-Wine Bar Award

LE TRACTEUR SANILHAC-SAGRIÈS

Le Fooding Guide 2007 Best Countryside Restaurant Award

LE FOODING Guide Awards 2007

UNICO PARIS

Le Fooding Guide 2007 Best Latino Food Award

LE CHATEAUBRIAND PARIS

Le Fooding Guide 2007 Best Restaurant Award – tie

SA.QUA.NA HONFLEUR

Le Fooding Guide 2007 Best Restaurant Award – tie

YOUPALA BISTROT SAINT-BRIEUC

Le Fooding Guide 2007 Best Lunch Award

HÔTEL AMOUR PARIS

Le Fooding Guide 2007 Best See and Be Seen Award

LA COUR DE RÉMI BERMICOURT

Le Fooding Guide 2007 Best Country House Award

LE TRANSVERSAL VITRY-SUR-SEINE

Le Fooding Guide 2007 Special Honor Award

CLAUDE COLLIOT, L'ORENOC PARIS

Le Fooding Guide 2007 Best Culinary Merit Award

LA RUE PAUL BERT, 75011 PARIS

Le Fooding Guide 2007 Best Street Award

LE FOODING Guide Awards 2006

LE SENDERENS (ALAIN SENDERENS ET NOÉ DUCHAUFOUR-LAWRANCE) PARIS SENDERENS PARIS

Le Fooding Guide 2006 Best Foreplay Award

CAFÉ DES SPORES BRUSSELS

Le Fooding Guide 2006 Best Monomaniac Award – Brussels

KAÏ PARIS

Le Fooding Guide 2006 Best Bento Award

FOGON PARIS

Le Fooding Guide 2006 Best Rice Award

LA CAVE EST RESTAURANT MONTREUIL

Le Fooding Guide 2006 Best Restaurant-Wine Bar Award

PIERRE GAGNAIRE For GAYA PARIS

Le Fooding Guide Best Croque-monsieur Sandwich Award

ANTE PRIMA PARIS

Le Fooding Guide 2006 Best Corporate Restaurant Award

OCTOPUS BÉZIERS

Le Fooding Guide 2006 Best Restaurant Award – Brussels)

VIVA M’BOMA BRUSSELS

Le Fooding Guide 2006 Best Trip Award – Brussels

FRÉDÉRIC NICOLAY BRUSSELS

Le Fooding Guide 2006 Special Honor Award - Brussels

YVES CAMDEBORDE LE COMPTOIR DU RELAIS PARIS

Le Fooding Guide 2006 Special Honor Award

LE FOODING Guide Awards 2005

MON VIEIL AMI PARIS

Le Fooding Guide 2005 Best Bistronomic Award

LES PAPILLES PARIS

Le Fooding Guide 2005 Best Restaurant-Wine Bar Award

L'OURCINE PARIS

Le Fooding Guide 2005 S. Pellegrino People’s Choice Award

PLOUM PARIS

Le Fooding Guide 2005 Best Daytime Interior Award

LES VIVRES PARIS

Le Fooding Guide 2005 Best Made to Order Award

JEAN-FRANÇOIS PIÈGE, LES AMBASSADEURS PARIS

Le Fooding Guide 2005 Special Honor Award

HISOP BARCELONA

Le Fooding Guide 2005 Most Promising Catalonian Award - Barcelona

PINOTXO BARCELONA

Le Fooding Guide 2005 Special Honor Award - Barcelona

MOO RESTAURANT BARCELONA

Le Fooding Guide 2005 Best Innovative Dessert Award – Barcelona

LA MÉRANDA NICE

Le Fooding Guide 2005 Special Honor Award - Nice

JOUNI NICE

Le Fooding Guide 2005 Best Restaurant Award - Nice

LE FOODING Guide Awards 2004

CHEZ L’AMI JEAN PARIS

Le Fooding Guide 2004 Best Inn Award

CAFÉ CONSTANT PARIS

Le Fooding Guide 2004 Best Dive Restaurant Award

LE PRÉ VERRE PARIS

Le Fooding Guide 2004 Best Creative Price Award

MOMOKA PARIS

Le Fooding Guide 2004 Best World Food Award

LA FAMILLE PARIS

Le Fooding Guide 2004 Best Feeling Award

ANDY WAHLOO PARIS

Le Fooding Guide 2004 Best Interior Design Award

PHILIPPE STARCK

Le Fooding Guide 2004 Special Honor Award

LE CAFÉ DES ÉPICES MARSEILLE

Le Fooding Guide 2004 Best One Man Show Award

ETIENNE CASSARO

Le Fooding Guide 2004 Special Honor Award – Marseille

CASA BLEVE ROME

Le Fooding Guide 2004 Best Enoteca Award- Rome

OSTERIA DELLA FREZZA ROME

Le Fooding Guide 2004 Best Ciccheto Award - Rome

CITTÀ DEL GUSTO ROME

Le Fooding Guide 2004 Special Honor Award - Rome

LE FOODING Guide Awards 2003

BELLOTA-BELLOTA PARIS

Le Fooding Guide 2003 Best Diner Award

L'AVANT-GOÛT CÔTÉ CELLIER PARIS

Le Fooding Guide 2003 Best Take-out Award

LE MARTEL PARIS

Le Fooding Guide 2003 Best See and Be Seen Award

CAFÉ ETIENNE MARCEL PARIS

Le Fooding Guide 2003 Best Interior Design Award

AZABU PARIS

Le Fooding Guide 2003 Best World Food Award

AUX LYONNAIS PARIS

Le Fooding Guide 2003 Best Bistro Award

LE CHAMARRÉ PARIS

Le Fooding Guide 2003 Best Fusion Restaurant Award

PELTIER PARIS

Le Fooding Guide 2003 Best Dessert Award

ALAIN PASSARD, L’ARPÈGE PARIS

Le Fooding Guide 2003 Special Honor Award

LA COMPAGNIE DES COMPTOIRS MONTPELLIER

Le Fooding Guide 2003 Best Bistro Award

LE BAR DU SOLEIL MONTPELLIER

Le Fooding Guide 2003 Best Truck Stop Award

OKI BERLIN

Le Fooding Guide 2003 Best Fusion Restaurant Award

MONSIEUR VUONG, INDOCHINA CAFÉ BERLIN

Le Fooding Guide 2003 Best Local Hangout Award

WITTY'S BERLIN

Le Fooding Guide 2003 Best Currywurst Award


LE FOODING Guide Awards 2002

HIRAMATSU PARIS

Le Fooding Guide 2002 Next Michelin Star Restaurant Award

AU DUC DE MONTMORENCY PARIS

Le Fooding Guide 2002 Best Local Hangout Award

MARKET PARIS

Le Fooding Guide 2002 Best Interior Design Award

NOBU PARIS

Le Fooding Guide 2002 See and Be Seen Award

OLIVIER CAMUS FOR LE CHATEAUBRIAND ET LA CASA VIGATA PARIS

Le Fooding Guide 2002 Wine Merchant Award

IL SARDO PARIS

Le Fooding Guide 2002 Best Special of the Day Award

CHEZ RAMULAUD PARIS

Le Fooding Guide 2002 Best Bistro Award

LE CAFÉ DES DÉLICES PARIS

Le Fooding Guide 2002 Best Fusion Restaurant Award

PIERRE HERMÉ

Le Fooding Guide 2002 Special Honor Award

ARLECCHINO PARIS

Le Fooding Guide 2002 Best Delivered Pizza Award

QU’EST-CE QU’ON MANGE CE SOIR ? (ED. MINERVA)

Le Fooding Guide 2002 Best Cookbook Award

ANOUSHKA HEMPEL AMSTERDAM

Le Fooding Guide 2002 Special Honor Award – Amsterdam

DE KAS AMSTERDAM

Le Fooding Guide 2002 Best Interior Design Award - Amsterdam

LE FOODING Guide Awards 2001

ALAIN DUCASSE PARIS + LES FRÈRES COSTES PARIS + SIR TERENCE CONRAN LONDON+ MOURAD "MOMO" MAZOUZ PARIS and LONDON

Le Fooding Guide 2001 Special Honor Awards

LE VERRE VOLÉ PARIS:

Le Fooding Guide 2001 Best Restaurant-Wine Bar Award

L'ASTRANCE PARIS

Le Fooding Guide 2001 Best Menu Award

TWIN'S PARIS

Le Fooding Guide 2001 Local Hangout Award

GEORGES PARIS

Le Fooding Guide 2001 Best Interior Design Award

THIOU PARIS

Le Fooding Guide 2001 See and be Seen Award

LES CAILLOUX PARIS

Le Fooding Guide 2001 Best Bistro Award

PO MANA PARIS

Le Fooding Guide 2001 Best World Food Award

LA FAVELA CHIC PARIS:

Le Fooding Guide 2001 Best Feeling Award

LES PETS DE NONNE DE L'AFFRIOLÉ

Le Fooding Guide 2001 Best Desserts Award

L'URINOIR POUR DAMES DU BON

Le Fooding Guide 2001 Best Powder Room Award

DÉLICES D'INITIÉS by FRÉDÉRICK E. GRASSER HERMÉ (EDITIONS NOÉSIS)

Le Fooding Guide 2001 Best Cookbook Award

FRANÇOIS SIMON

Le Fooding Guide 2001 Best Restaurant Critic Award

THE REAL GREEK LONDRES

Le Fooding Guide 2001 Best Menu Award - London

LES TROIS GARÇONS LONDRES

Le Fooding Guide 2001 Best Interior Design Award - London

Le Fooding Events[edit]

Le Fooding Week: The first Le Fooding Week took place in 2000,[21] sponsored by S. Pellegrino and initiated by Alexandre Cammas and food journalist and restaurant critic Emmanuel Rubin. The event’s program was composed of discussions, culinary performances and Le Fooding Awards ceremony. Each event is unique, developed around a specific theme that changes each year. Themes for past events have included street food, the history of French cuisine[22] and unhealthy food.[23]

In celebration of its 10-year anniversary, Le Fooding Bureau decided to develop new events for the new decade, thus putting an end to Le Fooding Week.[24]

Le Grand Fooding d’été (The Big Summer Fooding): The first Le Grand Fooding d’été took place in 2003[25] in France. The event was a big, festive and charitable urban picnic. Leading chefs participated in the Le Grand Fooding d’été by barbecuing recipes specifically created for the event while the hottest French DJs entertained the public. Between 2003-2009, le Grand Fooding d’été stopped off in Paris, Marseille, Lyon, Toulouse, Montpellier, Nice, Strasbourg, Nantes, Vitry-sur-Seine and Roubaix.

Le Grand Fooding NY : In 2009, Le Fooding Bureau, with the support of loyal partners, exported its Grand Fooding to New York. The event was held at MoMA PS1.[26] Le Grand Fooding d’Amour Paris-New York featured Parisian chefs Yves Camdeborde, Stéphane Jégo, Inaki Aizpitarte, Alberto Herraiz, Christophe Pelé and William Ledeuil cooking alongside their New York counterparts David Chang, Daniel Boulud, Wylie Dufresne, Sean Rembold, Julie Farias, and Riad Nasr.[27] The New York public discovered the names and the unconventional ways of a new generation of French chefs, chefs who have normally stayed in the shadows of the famous 3-star Michelin chefs in France.[28]

Le Fooding’s 10th Anniversary: In 2010, Le Fooding celebrated its 10th anniversary with 10 major events:[29] Les Ébullitions Perpétuelles, a pop-up restaurant open non-stop for 72 hours; a new edition of Le Fooding in New York, called Le Grand Fooding New York vs. San Francisco; La Bazarette Fooding, a temporary market that moves from festival to festival; Le Fooding à la neige, à la ville et à la mer, Le Fooding events in the mountains, in the city and at the beach. The first edition of Le Grand Fooding in Milan, Italy, also took place in 2010. In addition, a new version of the lefooding.com website and an iPhone app were launched.

In 2013, in addition to New York and Milan, Le Grand Fooding took place in Los Angeles, California.[30]

The Originality of Le Fooding Events: In addition to Le Fooding Guide chefs, numerous personalities from the world of the arts and culture participate in the success of these events.[31] These include:

Music: James Murphy, LCD soundsystem, Pat et NAncy, DJ Mehdi,[32] Housse de racket, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Mike D., Grizzly Bear, M83, Dan the Automator, Hanni El Khatib, Holy Ghost!, Chromeo, Laurent Garnier, Paul Sevigny, David Lynch, Guillaume Gallienne, Audrey Marnay, Arielle Dombasle, Jamel Debbouze.

And many graphic artists:[33] André, Change is Good, Shepard Fairey, DeValence, Iztvan Oroz, Jochen Garner, So-Me, H5, JR, Paolo Roversi, Rop van Mierlo, Floc’h, Jonone, Nicholas Blechman, Christoph Niemann, Tim Tomkinson, Jan Wilker.

Le Fooding US Events[edit]

2014

- Le Fooding Beach Club presents: Sanpellegrino Fruitstock at The Rockaways[34]

2013 - Le Grand Fooding Crush Paris – L.A. 2013[35] - Le Grand Fooding Time Mach'Inn[36]

2012

- Le Fooding Brooklyn Fling[37]

2011

- Le Grand Fooding New York- Campfire Session[38]

- Le Grand Fooding New York – Exquisite Corpse[39]

2010

- Le Grand Fooding New York vs San Francisco 2009

- Le Grand Fooding d’Amour Paris- New York[40]

Le Fooding Events in France[edit]

2014

- Veillée Foodstock 2014[41]

2013

- Veillées Foodstock 2013[42]

- Le Clan des Madones[43]

- La Cafête Nationale[44]

- Remise des prix Fooding Guide 2014[45]

2012

- Veillées Foodstock 2012[46]

- La cafête nationale[47]

- La pompe à bulles et les délicatrucks[48]

- Remise des prix Fooding Guide 2013[49]

2011

- Veillées Foodstock 2011[50]

- La Bazarette Fooding 2011[51]

- La Cambuse effervescente[52]

- Remise des prix Fooding Guide 2012[53]

2010

- Veillée Foodstock 2010[54]

- Fooding à la neige, à la ville et à la mer[55]

- La Bazarette Fooding[56]

- Les ébullitions perpétuelles[57]

2009

- Grand Fooding d’été 2009[58]

- La semaine du Fooding 2009[59]

2008

- Grand Fooding d’été 2008[60]

- Veillée Foodstock 2008[61]

- La semaine du Fooding 2008[62]

2007

- Grand Fooding d’été[63]

- Veillée Fooding 2007[64]

- La semaine du Fooding 2007[65]

2006

- Wine & Fooding Tour[66]

- Grand Fooding d’été

- Wine & Fooding party

- La semaine du Fooding

2005

- Le Grand Fooding d’été[67]

- Wine & Fooding tour[68]

- La semaine du Fooding[69]

2004

- Wine & Fooding Tour

- La semaine du Fooding[70]

2003

- La semaine du Fooding

Le Fooding Events in Italy[edit]

2013

- Le Grand Fooding Milano - Cultorama[71]

2012

- Le Grand Fooding Milano - Pelle All'Arrabbiata[72]

2011

- Le Grand Fooding Milano 2011 - Il Trionfo dello Spaghetto Giganto[73]

2010

- Le Grand Fooding Milano [74]

Controversies[edit]

Even though most foreign observers[75] believe that Le Fooding contributes to the reinvention of the French culinary and event scene on an international scale, this is not always the case in France. Jean-Luc Petitrenaud in VSD wrote that Le Fooding is “a ridiculous trend for a few Parisian journalists looking for fame” (VSD, Winter 2004). Supporters of more traditional cuisine count several French journalistic institutions among Le Fooding’s main detractors. A now-famous debate between the journalist Paul Wermus (anti-Fooding) and Alexandre Cammas during Paul Amar’s TV program, Revu et Corrigé, is regularly featured in TV blooper shows.[76]

On November 15, 2010, during the 10-year anniversary celebration of Le Fooding, then-current French Culture Minister Frédéric Mitterrand surprised the world of gastronomy by presenting Le Fooding Award to a Brittany chef. A couple of days later, journalists Colette Monsat and François Simon questioned him in the November 19, 2010 issue of le Figaro, saying “You preach the values of traditional (French) cuisine but at the same time are an avid supporter of Le Fooding, which you praised this week for its playful, less formal approach to gastronomy.” The Minister responded, “You can love Rembrandt and Basquiat. By appreciating Basquiat, one comes to have a taste for Rembrandt, and vice versa.[77]"

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