Yannick Alléno and Antoine, father and son reunited on screen two months after the tragedy

Tuesday June 28, Yannick Alléno and his late son Antoine were on the show “The 10 favorite dishes of the French” on C8. Program recorded shortly before the death of the young conductor at the age of 24.

A sequence full of emotion. Tuesday, June 28 was broadcast the program “The 10 favorite dishes of the French” on C8. A program in which Yannick Alléno took up a culinary challenge alongside his son Antoine, who died a few weeks earlier at just 24 years old. In the sequence, which moved many viewers, father and son compete on the raclette. Following its broadcast, the starred chef took to his Instagram account and paid a new tribute to the young chef. “Tonight on C8! This moment was really good it is the photo of our family! I love you my son. We miss you here! You will win other fights I promise you!” he wrote.

A program strong in emotion which was dedicated to Antoine Alléno and broadcast in agreement with the family. “Yannick wanted to keep it, as a tribute to his son. The idea was to get to know him by the way his relatives look at him. He certainly has the image of the three-starred chef, but with this program, we discover the man he is, ”clarified Raphaële Marchal with “Télé Star”, shortly before the broadcast.

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On May 8, A ntoine Alléno lost his life, hit on a scooter as he was leaving his service, by a drunk driver and repeat offender at the wheel of a stolen car. The cook had just been placed at the head of the “Burger Père et Fils” establishment, launched last year with his father. “Promising and talented, Antoine Alléno belonged to this new generation of cooks, determined to revolutionize the French gastronomic landscape,” his family said in a press release. A few days after his death, a final tribute was paid to him in Poissy, where many personalities were gathered.