Chef Pierre Gignac of 98 Provence With Recipe for Fisherman’s Soup

Chef Pierre Gignac of 98 Provence With Recipe for Fisherman’s Soup

As most of you realize by now, I will be attending the Kennepunkport Festival 2012 and quite excited about the event. I’m featuring profiles of the

Fisherman's Soup Photo: Maine Magazine

chefs who will be cooking at the Art of Dining Dinners as well as one of their favorite recipes.

Chef Pierre Gignac

Born in Montréal, Canada, Pierre graduated from the Institut d’Hôtellerie et de Tourisme du Québec. He apprenticed at “Chez La Mère Michelle” and had his first chef position at “Prego,” before working under Austrian chef Heinz Kattenfeld at “Amici” in Winnipeg. After traveling and learning throughout Europe and Asia, Pierre opened his first restaurant in Ogunquit, Maine, 98 Provence. His southern French cuisine has pleased locals, tourists and critics for the past 17 years.

This one if from my article freatured on CityRoom.com on April 9, 2012.

Click here for the bio and her for the Fisherman’s Soup. Photos are courtsey of Maine Magazine.

Kennepunkport Festival 2012

This event is produced and presented by Maine Magazine in cooperation with The Kennebunkport Festival Committee. There are many sponsors who support this endeavor as it benefits Share our Strength. The event will have art shows, cocktail parties, dinners and unforgettable experiences.

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Maralyn D. HillThe Epicurean Explorer

President, International Food Wine & Travel Writers Association

Editor-at-Large, CityRoom

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