Entertainment Chef Julie Caute talks to the "A Pan" podcast

20:36  24 november  2020
20:36  24 november  2020 Source:   elle.fr

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ELLE à Table joins the "A Pan" podcast to help you discover the world of a cook 48 hours in advance. Today, it's Julie Caute, designer and chef of the restaurant Dame Jane in Belleville, who confides in Julie Gerbet, the pen behind the microphone.

Cheffe Julie Caute © Presse Chef Julie Caute

In her tiny restaurant, thought of as her dining room, Julie Caute has created a very personal, benevolent, and gentle space, in which she offers her delicate seasonal cuisine, to be savored at her own pace.

The place of women in catering; to receive at the restaurant as at home; do not freeze the menu on a piece of paper; plain wine; the legitimacy ; her daughter's gaze on her kitchen; his relationship with his colleagues in the room; and opening up her kitchen to other personalities for inspiration, Julie Caute tells us everything.

Confidences that we invite you to savor here exclusively for 48 hours, before this podcast is broadcast on traditional listening platforms.


Dame Jane

39, rue Ramponeau

75020 Paris

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