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Source:  Eater

Since its debut three years ago, David Gelb’s Netflix series, “Chef’s Table,” has raised the bar considerably for food documentaries.

The show’s hyper-cinematic style and emphasis on artistic virtuosity has helped the series earn two James Beard Awards while influencing the look and feel of other culinary documentaries and inspiring a few hilarious parodies along the way.

And now, after three proper seasons and a French-themed mini-season, all focusing on chefs who cook savory food, Gelb and his crew turn their attention to four iconoclastic dessert makers.

Read the story at Eater.

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