You couldn’t miss it. A minister who tastes in Top Chef!

The Minister of Ecological Transition Barbara Pompili (ARNAUD JOURNOIS / MAXPPP)

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The Minister of Ecological Transition Barbara Pompili was the guest of the cooking show “Top Chef” Wednesday April 7 on M6. The objective according to one of these advisers was to “talk about ecology in media which is not the core business”.

The Minister therefore tasted the creations of the candidates at the very end of the program. Their challenge was to create a committed dish, not necessarily beautiful, but carrying a message, an ecological approach. Sarah’s dish attracted particular attention. The young chef has chosen to work around insects to denounce the excessive use of insecticides and pesticides.

The sequence made some Internet users laugh yellow. Since last October the Minister fully assumed the temporary reintroduction of bee-killing neonicotinoids for the beet industry.

“Pompili who pretends to be moved by the plight of pollinators after reintroducing neocotinoids”, notes Anaïs, an Internet user. “Mdr Sarah, she should have put beet with neocotinoids on her plate at Pompili to be well on the subject”, quips a tweet. Another internet user suggested that “a candidate should bring an empty plate in tribute to the government’s green policy “. But don’t panic, with a piece of plastic on the plate and an oil spill dish on its bed of petroleum sauce, I think we will have a big collective awareness!


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