Almost all the famed food connoisseurs have one or more foods that they cannot stand at all for one reason or the other. In the case of a celebrity food chef and restauranteur, Wolfgang Puck, there is one particular food that he cannot stand eating.
Puck became a household name starting from 1982 when he opened a legendary restaurant, Spago in Los Angeles. He originally moved to the United States in the year 1973 when he was only 24 years old for becoming a chef as well as a part owner in another restaurant, Ma Maison.
In the year 1981, Puck published the Modern French Cooking for the American Kitchen which is his cookbook comprising of the most popular Ma Maison recipes. Puck’s restaurant Spago became one of the best forty restaurants in the U.S. and has been ever since the year 2004.
This popularity helped in spurring the food empire of Puck, including the premium catering services, merchandises, and several other restaurants bearing his name.
Though he is Austrian by birth, Puck is actually known for his unique style of cooking which combines classic French techniques as well as influences from California and Asia. He has to have the freshest as well as finest ingredients for any dish that he prepares or that is put on his multiple restaurants’ menu.
But there is this one upscale food item which Puck wouldn’t even touch. In an interview, he said that the Japanese Wagyu was really fatty and it was not meant to be eaten a lot. He said that he would not eat a steak like that because of its fat.