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Nouvelle cuisine

Nouvelle cuisine (new cookery) is a culinary movement that owed its momentum to two food critics, Gault and Millau, in the early 1970s. Practitioners of nouvelle cuisine revised much of the classical food preparation methods by doing away with complicated preparations, overly rich sauces which masked the true flavor of food, rigid recipe formulae, and pretentious and elaborate rituals and service arrangements.