Reward offered for cookbook lost in Yekaterinburg
Thierry Drapeau was visiting Yekaterinburg at the invitation of members of the Russian culinary community. He was teaching a masterclass in Yekaterinburg when he first noticed his cookbook, which contains recipes he created during visits to Russia over a 20-year period, was missing, The Stratus Times reports.
Russian chef Mikhal Kovalev went on record saying it is the Yekaterinburg public's duty to help recover Drapeau's cookbook.
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