- Food History: Joseph Berchoux (1765-1839) : Joseph Berchoux refers to the French poet and gastronome. He is the name who introduced the word "gastronomie" to the French language. His name Berchoux was used to name (two) French foods, namely: (1) Sauce Berchoux; and (2) Consomme Berchoux.

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