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Hotel Chef: Luc Capus

08/11/2009
Executive Pastry Chef Luc Capus, the magic hand behind the Wynn Macau’s delectable range of desserts and cakes, is the first of six chefs to be profiled in a star lineup of culinary experts, as part of the “Wynn Chef Series”. Born and raised in provincial France, Luc believes in taste, simplicity and perfection. Prior to joining Wynn, Luc worked with some of the best chefs in France, including Philippe Andrieu of Laduree Paris and chocolatier Jean Francois Castagne, under whose tutelage Luc honed his high standards of pastry and chocolate techniques. This new series gives viewers unprecedented access to Wynn’s star chefs, providing insights into their cooking styles, food philosophies and the art of creating fine cuisine.
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