Ludo Lefebvre

Braised Veal Shank With Honey, Artichokes And Swiss Chard Recipe

Refined French country cooking for a hearty dinner
Mar 25, 2015 2:00 pm

Save for Tony Parker and the Michelin Man, Ludo Lefebvre might just be the most famous Frenchman in America today. As a judge/mentor on ABC’s cooking competition show The Taste, he’s known for challenging upstart cooks with a razor-sharp palate — and for his thick-as-matelote-stew Bourgogne accent.

Ludo Lefebvre’s Rack Of Lamb With Baby Vegetables And Caraway Seeds Recipe

Refined French country cooking for a hearty dinner
Mar 24, 2015 1:00 pm

Save for Tony Parker and the Michelin Man, Ludo Lefebvre might just be the most famous Frenchman in America today. As a judge/mentor on ABC’s cooking competition show The Taste, he’s known for challenging upstart cooks with a razor-sharp palate — and for his thick-as-matelote-stew Bourgogne accent.

Napoleon Of Puff Pastry With Vanilla-Whiskey Cream Recipe

Add a little bourbon to an impressive dessert
Mar 20, 2015 2:00 pm

There are all kinds of reasons to love Napoleons, but at the top of my list are their flaky texture and the sound they make when you saw into them with a knife (not to mention the delicate crunch when you bite into those multiple layers of puff pastry). 

'The End Of Hypocrisy!' Ludo Lefebvre On The Return Of Foie Gras To California

LA chef has a lot to say about goose liver
Jan 8, 2015 3:05 pm

You may have heard the news that the two-and-a-half year ban of selling foie gras in California was overturned yesterday. And you may have heard that many of the state's chefs are celebrating today, excited to be able to once again serve their beloved fatty goose liver in restaurants. Acclaimed French chef Ludo Lefebvre of Los Angeles wrote in to us to express his thoughts on the big reversal.

Ludo Lefebvre: ‘It’s Good To Be In France!’

Editors sit down with the chef on native terroir
Dec 8, 2014 10:00 am

"Black and white will always be a good combination for dress. And I think French food will always be a good combination for chefs. Definitely." That's Ludo Lefebvre, the French chef turned LA wunderkind turned US celeb chef, back in Paris, where he sat down with us at the hot new spot Caffe Stern to talk about French cuisine in 2014 and beyond.

Ludo Lefebvre Will Play His Vulgar French Rap Music, Thank You Very Much

At Trois Mec, the chef plugs the jukebox
Jul 2, 2013 12:01 pm

“I want to play the music that I play in my house, and if you come to my house, I put on rap. And it’s French rap.” I’ve called Los Angeles chef Ludo Lefebvre to not necessarily talk about Trois Mec, his new Hancock Park restaurant with the guys from Animal. I’ve not dined there, but I've read some pretty promising reviews. I've also read that the music is totally nasty. Ludo fills us in.

Chef Ludo Found Your New Foie Gras, California!

Ludo on foie, Trois Mec, The Taste, bespoke aprons
Mar 13, 2013 4:01 pm

Ludo Lefebvre talks about his new upcoming restaurant, his friends from The Taste and reveals the best subsitute for foie gras, right this way...

Ludo Lefebvre Cooked For Movie Stars, May Become A TV Star

Fresh from Sundance, he's on tonight's The Taste
Jan 22, 2013 5:01 pm
Ludo Lefebvre and Julie Delpy
Photo: Getty Images for Samsung

Ludo Lefebvre spent the weekend cooking for celebs at Sundance. After the premiere of Anthony Bourdain and Nigella Lawson's The Taste on ABC tonight, Ludo, who is one of the show's four judges, may be a celeb himself. Here, he tells us what went down at the Samsung Galaxy Lounge, whether he actually saw any films and whether Bourdain is food's answer to Simon Cowell.

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