Maurice Edmond Sailland, dit Curnonsky, né à Angers le 12 octobre 1872 et mort à Paris le 22 juillet 1956, est un gastronome, humoriste et critique culinaire français, surnommé « le prince des gastronomes ».

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  • Maurice Edmond Sailland, dit Curnonsky, né à Angers le 12 octobre 1872 et mort à Paris le 22 juillet 1956, est un gastronome, humoriste et critique culinaire français, surnommé « le prince des gastronomes ».
  • Curnonsky, nascido Maurice Edmond Sailland, nasceu em Angers dia 12 de outubro 1872 e morreu em Paris dia 22 de julho 1956, foi um gastrônomo, humorista e crítico culinário francês, apelidado de “príncipe dos gastrônomos”.== Referências ==
  • Maurice Edmond Sailland (October 12, 1872, Angers, France – July 22, 1956, Paris), better known by his pen-name Curnonsky (nicknamed 'Cur'), and dubbed the Prince of Gastronomy, was the most celebrated writer on gastronomy in France in the 20th century. He wrote or ghost-wrote over 65 books and enormous numbers of newspaper columns. He is often considered the inventor of gastronomic motor-tourism as popularized by Michelin, though he himself could not drive. He was a student of Henri-Paul Pellaprat.
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  • Maurice Edmond Sailland, dit Curnonsky, né à Angers le 12 octobre 1872 et mort à Paris le 22 juillet 1956, est un gastronome, humoriste et critique culinaire français, surnommé « le prince des gastronomes ».
  • Curnonsky, nascido Maurice Edmond Sailland, nasceu em Angers dia 12 de outubro 1872 e morreu em Paris dia 22 de julho 1956, foi um gastrônomo, humorista e crítico culinário francês, apelidado de “príncipe dos gastrônomos”.== Referências ==
  • Maurice Edmond Sailland (October 12, 1872, Angers, France – July 22, 1956, Paris), better known by his pen-name Curnonsky (nicknamed 'Cur'), and dubbed the Prince of Gastronomy, was the most celebrated writer on gastronomy in France in the 20th century. He wrote or ghost-wrote over 65 books and enormous numbers of newspaper columns. He is often considered the inventor of gastronomic motor-tourism as popularized by Michelin, though he himself could not drive.
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