Although I couldn’t score tickets to Jiro, I did get tickets to A Matter of Taste, another foodie movie playing next week at the Tribeca Film Festival. A Matter of Taste is a documentary about the chef of New York’s Corton, Paul Liebrandt. It chronicles his rise and then fall post 9/11 when haute cuisine fell out of favor to his rise again when he became chef of Corton. It sounds as if the film culminates in a positive review from then-New York Times food critic Frank Bruni. I love behind-the-scenes takes on the restaurant industry, so I’m sure I will enjoy the movie. But check back next week for my review of it.
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