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Elegance Is Cold Soup (if It's Vichyssoise)
Chicago Tribune (1963-Current file) - Chicago, Ill.
Author: Church, Ruth Ellen
Date: May 4, 1969
Start Page: 82
Pages: 2
Section: 7
Abstract (Document Summary)

VICHYSSOISE, that most elegant of cold soups, is as American as it is French. Created by a French chef, the late Louis Diat, it was a refinement of a leek and potato soup which his mother had made in the family home near Vichy. But Chef Diat made it at the old RitzCarlton hotel in Boston and served it first...

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