Pierre Koffmann talks pig trotters and Marco Pierre White

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Three-star Michelin chef Pierre Koffmann talks about his passion for cooking, his love of food and where he likes to eat in London. He also talks about the chefs that have worked for him and his thoughts on chefs using his signature dish: the pig’s trotter and how honoured he was that Marco Pierre White named the dish after him; something that not everyone adhered to. And he talks about his love of the seasons and what motivates him as a chef.

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