Camera Three: A Meal for This Season, Craig Claiborne at the Four Seasons (1973) - Watch Online. Directed by John Musilli

Genres Documentary    
Director    
Writers Stephan Chodorov (written by)
Cast            
Country USA
Language English
Runtime 30 min
Plot Craig Claiborne, New York Times food editor, conducts a tour of the kitchens and professional personnel in New York City's famous restaurant The Four Seasons. He takes the camera through the processes of preparing an ideal meal for New Year's. With chef Joseph Rengli, and Paul Kovi, co-owner of The Four Seasons. The day begins with deliveries of raw materials at 7am, and ends many hours later when a waiter lifts a huge tray over his head and pushes open the doors to the main dining room. Claiborne tracks many steps, including fish preparation, the chocolate room, and the relationship between chief chefs, sub-chefs, assistants and clean-up employees. The featured meal for this day is: clear consommé (from marrow), whole striped bass (skinned and baked in pastry), roast rack of lamb with snow peas, Bibb lettuce salad, European cheese tray, puree of tangerine topped with whipped cream.... search for Camera Three: A Meal for This Season, Craig Claiborne at the Four Seasons on IMDb

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    Directed by John Musilli. With Craig Claiborne, Paul Kovi, Joseph Rengli. Craig Claiborne, New York Times food editor, conducts a tour of the kitchens and professional personnel in New York City's famous restaurant The Four Seasons. He takes the camera through ...

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