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- Paul BlangéPaul Blangé (1900 to 1977) was the Executive Chef at Brennan's Restaurant at 417 Royal Street in New Orleans starting in 1946, working for Owen Edward Brennan Sr. He created Bananas Foster, Eggs Hussarde and Chicken Pontalba at Brennan's, and was a regular for years on the Midday programme on WDSU TV.
- Peek Freans
- Philip Harben
- Pierre Blot
- Pierre Pérignon
- Pillsbury Bake-Offs
- PlatinaPlatina was an Italian Renaissance writer now known in the food world for his cookbook written in Latin, Concerning Honest Pleasure and Well-Being (De honesta voluptate et valetudine.) The word honesta in the title has long been translated as honest, but it would perhaps be better translated as wholesome. Outside the food world, he is best known for another book of his, Lives of the Popes.
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