Haute cuisine refers to the cuisine of "high-level" establishments, gourmet restaurants, and luxury hotels. In contrast, bourgeois cuisine refers to family or middle-class cooking that is tasty, not pretentious, and rooted in simplicity.
It is important for every lady looking to move up in society or desiring to experience the world's numerous art forms to learn the differences between these two cuisines.
Haute cuisine is art... an expression of an artist, looking to transport its recipient to another place or time. And for some, it not only includes the taste and presentation of food, but also the wine selection, the coffee served after dessert, the interior design of the dining establishment, the design of the dining table, and the decoration (if any) on the table. Every aspect of a dining experience plays a role in the diners voyage to pleasure, discovery, self-development, and healing.
By studying both styles of cuisine, you will gain a better understanding of food and its power. And most importantly, you will learn how to use food (both bourgeois and haute) to help you accomplish your goals.
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