Today, the eyes of the culinary world are on Lyon. The second largest city in France will host the finale of the 30th Annual Bocuse d’Or, an international cooking competition between the world’s best chefs. The competition is known as the Olympics for foodies, with one country taking gold, silver, and bronze. Each of the chefs have 5 hours and 35 minutes to prepare a recipe. Additionally, this year the participants will work with “Bresse chicken and shellfish” a take on a classic Lyon recipe. Check out the website for more information about the competition and follow to see who takes home the grand prize!
Food is an essential part of any experience in Lyon. As you get ready to embrace your summer abroad, think of all the places you want to go and new experiences you want to have.
Photo Credit: Bocuse D’Or- 2007 Competition
Attention all law students who are interested in attending the LSU Law program in Lyon: Summer 2017 is quickly approaching! We will be holding a second information session on February 2 at 12:40 pm in Room 106. The session is aimed at answering any questions you may have about the program as well as provide you with information about what to expect for what will be a great summer.
When travelers think of France and cuisine, they often think of Paris. However, Lyon’s culinary tradition has achieved more recognition than even France’s capital. The fame goes back in large part to Chef Paul Bocuse. Anthony Bourdain, an American chef and television personality, sat down with Bocuse, to discuss Lyon’s famous dishes. Also, Bourdain, on his CNN show, Parts Unknown, travelled to Lyon to experience the history and culture behind the city’s cuisine. Check out his blog post about the show where you can find some clips from the Lyon episode. The full episode, which is Season 3, Episode 3, of Parts Unknown, can be found on Netflix. Bon appétit!
Anthony Bourdain sits down with Chef Paul Bocuse to film his show Parts Unknown.
Thanks everyone who came out yesterday to the informational meeting! We will be having a second meeting early in the Spring semester. It is never too early to start planning though. If you know for sure that you would like to go, start looking at plane tickets and housing accommodations now. If you have any questions, you can email Margaret Viator at email@example.com. Below is the powerpoint from the presentation for those who were unable to attend.
There will be an informational meeting for those interested in the Lyon Program for summer 2017 on Wednesday, October 12, beginning at 3:30 pm in Rm. 212.
A view of Place Bellecour
A recording of the 2016 Summer Program in Lyon Information Session can be viewed on Panopto at this address:
You will be required to sign in using your Law Center account and password. Click here for instructions on how to sign in.
We will be having a Lyon Informational Meeting at 3 pm on Thursday, January 21 in Room 106. We will discuss the academic program, finances, travel plans, housing, etc…. The meeting is not mandatory and it will be repeated. However, now is the time to begin planning. We look forward to seeing you and encourage anyone interested in the program to attend.
LSU Law in Lyon: For over 25 years, the LSU Law Center has offered students an opportunity to broaden their learning experiences with a study abroad program in France. Open to 1L and 2L students, we’ll have an Informational Meeting on Wednesday, October 21 at 12:40 pm in the McKernan Auditorium.