Video: Michelin Guide: awards ceremony canceled in France
2023 Author: Cody Thornton | [email protected]. Last modified: 2023-11-26 19:13
The Coronavirus, as could be imagined, delete the awarding of the stars of the Michelin Guide in France. For the first time in the history of the Red Guide awards, the ceremony should have taken place outside the gates of the capital, Paris.
The city of Cognac, in the Charente department in southwestern France, was chosen for the 2021 edition of the Michelin Guide, which was scheduled to be launched on 18 January. However, Michelin has officially announced what many feared: this year, the awards ceremony - which has now become a super pop event in Italy, the red carpet of international gastronomy - has been canceled. Too complicated to manage an event open to the public during a pandemic.
In fact, many are asking questions, not only about the award ceremony: it is easy to wonder how it is possible to assign stars this year, between restaurants closed due to Coronavirus, services carried out in fits and starts and the general difficulty in moving between a country and the 'other. But, despite all these hitches, Michelin continues: the stars will still be regularly awarded, and Michelin has made it known that Cognac will host the 2022 event.
"It will be an opportunity to highlight a profession which, in the face of considerable challenges, continues to demonstrate an exceptional level of combativeness and creativity," said Michelin's international director, Gwendal Poullennec.
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