Chef, Mardi Gras Princess, restaurant owner and family friend Lady Carolyn is featured on - LUDO BITES AMERICA - "Yes Chef" and I really want to watch it. PLEASE HELP! How Can I get the Sundance Channel in Kuwait?
Not Your Grandma's Recipe
Classically trained to remake the classics, Ludo Lefebvre is a 5-star French chef who’s writing his own restaurant rulebook. Now, Ludo is on a mission to blend his extraordinary culinary talents with everyday eats. He and business partner/wife, Krissy, are hitting the road to reinvent American cuisine. From Carolina barbeque to New Mexico chiles, each episode finds Ludo and Krissy setting up their innovative touring restaurant at a local eatery desperate for fresh ideas. While Ludo takes a crash course in US culture, Krissy is out generating buzz for opening night. If it pans out, they’ll fill seats and stomachs. Working together with their hosts, the creative duo try to fuse Ludo’s high-end cooking with American classics and reignite a community’s passion for food – inspiring them to live a little more outside their comfort food zone.
Ludo Bites America with Queen G’s
The art of the pop-up restaurant was taken to the next level recently by Chef Ludo Lefebvre, host of "LudoBites.” The French born Lefebvre has been seen on the "Today” show, "Iron Chef America,” and has received countless praise from the greatest chefs in the world. His new series, "LudoBites America” is slated to begin mid-July on the Sundance Channel and the chef will be traveling to six different cities for one episode each.
The very first episode is centered around Chef Ludo’s visit to Mobile. One of the renowned chef’s stops was at Queen G’s Café on Old Shell Road in beautiful Midtown Mobile.
Congratulations to Carolyn and the gang at Queen G’s and our other talented local chefs for playing host to one of the top 50 chefs in the world. I know they are as excited as we are.
I’ll keep you posted as to the exact airdate once I receive word. For more information on Chef Ludo, check out http://www.ludolefebvre.com/. For excellent fried oysters visit Queen G’s.