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Vidal's cuisine is based on traditional recipes passed down by his family, but their ingredients are often combined in ways that have never been seen before. Vidal was born in France in 1975 to a Jewish-Italian father, with a Sephardic background, and a French Catholic mother. At age 11, he developed a passion for cooking and became a self-taught chef. At age 15, he worked at one of his family's restaurants in Burgundy, but left after a few months to pursue a culinary career. After working at several different restaurants in France, he left for Italy to work in a Michelin two-star restaurant in Gubbio, a small town in the hills of Umbria, not far from Tuscany. In Gubbio, he learned to cook Italian cuisine, and began working for famed Italian chef Massimo Bottura. He also trained under chef Daniel Rose at the Institute of Culinary Education (ICE) in New York City. Vidal began his professional career in 2000, when he and other French chefs opened the Baumanière French Restaurant in the Montreal suburb of Westmount. From the beginning, the restaurant and the food were a huge success, and the Baumanière became renowned throughout Quebec. In 2002, Vidal moved to Toronto to work for chef Laurent Manrique, who ran the restaurant Taverna Opus in Etobicoke. During that time, Vidal was named Best Young Chef of Canada, and won the Canadian Culinary Arts Award in 2004 for Best Chef in Toronto. By 2005, Vidal was ready to open his own restaurant, so he came to the United States. He was hired as the executive chef at the Michelin-starred restaurant/coffee shop Sprinkles, where he was able to explore the American food scene for the first time. After a few years at Sprinkles, he moved to New York, where he opened a restaurant in the West Village called Le Bernardin, which was named one of the best new restaurants in the country by Gourmet magazine. While working at Le Bernardin, Vidal was the recipient of the James Beard Foundation Award for Outstanding Chef in 2007. Le Bernardin closed in 2010, but Vidal was already hard at work on his next venture, Terroir Kitchen, which opened in September 2010. From the beginning, Terroir Kitchen was unlike any






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