Philippe Da Silva was one of four people who attended the birth of the first cover of
, in September 1978. In the restaurant Le Chiberta, where it had two stars, we were waiting for the boss of the printing press Paul Dupont, in Clichy , which was to bring to Robert Hersant and myself - Louis Pauwels was not there - the proof of the first cover of
The printer was late.
In the meantime, Philippe Da Silva made us wait with small portions, all excellent.
The printer arrives and hands us the blanket: Valéry Giscard d'Estaing in Louis XIV, with wig.
The boss is furious.
To redo, in more sober and less royal!
The meal was not a celebration, but Robert Hersant, a fine gourmet, congratulated the chef and set aside for a better day.
Philippe Da Silva then left Le Chiberta for the South.
For more than twenty years he had been living in Callas, in the center of the impressive gorges.
To each of my
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