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The Demise of the Red Book

In honor of the Michelin guide's 100th anniversary, the Feedbag pens a piece on its irrelevance both here and abroad: "France has about had it with Michelin too. Today’s young chefs would rather cook the food they want in a casual setting, rather than tremble at the caprices of faceless functionaries, for the sake of a tiny profit margin and an illusory, fading honor...there’s no reason Michelin should be taken any more seriously than the Mobil Travel Guide..." [TFB]

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