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#1 robert brown

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Posted 22 April 2004 - 06:46 PM

Joining Guy Gateau in the Roundtable discussion are:

Robert Brown: An art gallery owner in New York
and Nice, Robert Brown has also been a well-traveled
gourmand for thirty years. He has visited every area
of France seeking out the most interesting gastronomic
landmarks: restaurants, markets, purveyors and food
artisans. Other labels on his gastronomic luggage
include Italy, Spain, Japan, India and Thailand. He is
forum co-host for eGullet's France forum.

Jonathan Day: Jonathan lives in London and
Mougins, France, where he is an ardent amateur cook.
He is a frequent diner in the restaurants of Great
Britain and France, but his work as an international
management consultant has also taken him to fine
restaurants in Russia, Africa, Asia and the Americas.
He has a special interest in the economic and
management aspects of gastronomy and culinary
institutions. He is a site manager of eGullet.

Jack Lang (jackal10): Residing in Cambridge,
England, Jack is an entrepreneur with an abiding
interest in gastronomy. He is a restaurant backer and
a culinary book collector on a grand scale. He is deep
into cooking and the science thereof as evidenced by
the frequent courses he creates for the eGullet
Culinary Institute.

Vedat Milor (vmilor): Vedat lives in Atlanta,
Georgia where he teaches at the School of Public
Policy of the Georgia Institute of Technology. He's the
Mad Turk of the European gastronomic circuit, joining
it whenever he isn't teaching. France, Italy and Spain
are his dining countries of choice, and have been for
more than 20 years. He is indefatigable in this regard
and approaches international gastronomy with great
thoughtfulness and insight.