Hung(a)ry for Bocuse d’Or

The Bocuse d’Or finals are in full swing. And Hungarian top chef Ádám Pohner finds himself right in the middle. METRO had the chance to speak to him right before the competition – via Whatsapp.

Interview with the hungarian top chef Ádám Pohner

Ádám Pohner - Interview Whatsapp Style

The Bocuse d'Or 2019 will take place in Lyon on 29 and 30 January. Every two years, top chefs from all over the world compete for bronze, silver and gold. This year, representatives from 24 nations will be competing to prepare a starter and a main course of their choice in five hours and 35 minutes. As one of the main sponsors, METRO will exclusively supply four selected seafood ingredients and a wide range of vegetables for the 17th World Final. The 24 finalists will create a dish with the theme 'Chartreuse vegetables with shellfish'.


Martino Ruggieri - Italien cook

All Fired Up

There are only a few hours left before the start of the Bocuse d’Or – a kind of World Championship in cooking. Those who want to talk to Martino Ruggeri right now must either belong to the team of the Italian candidate. Or get in touch with him via WhatsApp – just like MPULSE did.

Matthieu Otto - Interview

Final at Home

Matthieu Otto represents the host nation France at the Bocuse d’Or. His trip to Lyon isn’t a long one. Still, the top chef has no time. Alright: almost no time. A conversation via Whatsapp.

Interview with Berlin star chef Marco Müller

On the occasion of the international cooking competition "Bocuse d'Or" there is an interview with the Berlin star chef Marco Müller. He talks about food culture, top gastronomy, the challenges that gastronomes face today and what support he would like to receive from politicians.

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