"There have long been whispers inside the French food world that all the top chefs are members of the Freemasons, and that membership can make or break careers," writes Bon Appétit. "The gossip can, of course, be malicious."

9 Responses to “Freemasonry and the high echelons of French cuisine”

  1. peregrinus says:

    ze high echelons of franche cuisine?  are zere any low echelons?  pfft.

  2. SomeGuyNamedMark says:

    The Illuminati control salad bars

  3. Stooge says:

    In the French food world there are canards everywhere.

  4. The baguette is well-known as as a symbol of the masculine creative principal in Freemasonic iconography.  Most obelisks, in fact, represent the baguette.

  5. gpeare says:

    Where do you think the concept of a Square Meal came from?

  6. Art says:

    Article gives a whole new meaning to the title of  “Knife and Fork Masons” :)

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