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Le Bernardin Cookbook (co-authored with Maguy Le Coze) (1998), ISBN 0-385-48841-6
A Return to Cooking (co-authored with Michael Ruhlman) (2002), ISBN 1-57965-187-9
On the Line: The Stations, the Heat, the Cooks, the Costs, the Chaos, and the Triumphs (co-authored with Christine Muhlke) (November, 2008), ISBN 1-57965-369-3
Awards
“Best Restaurant in America” (1997) by GQ
“Best Food in New York City” (2000-2007) by Zagat
“Outstanding Restaurant of the Year” (1998) by the James Beard Foundation
“Top Chef in New York City” (1998) by the James Beard Foundation
“Outstanding Service Award” (1999) by the James Beard Foundation
“Outstanding Chef of the Year” (2003) by the James Beard Foundation
Gayot Top 40 Restaurants in the US: 2008, 2007, 2006, 2005, 2004
Philanthropy
Ripert is the Chair of City Harvest Food Council. In this capacity he works to bring together New York top chefs, restaurateurs and others in the food community to assist City Harvest in its mission to raise funds and to increase the quantity and quality of food donations. “City Harvest, a non-profit organization founded in 1982, is the world’s first and New York City’s only food rescue program. City Harvest exists to end hunger in communities throughout New York City, through food rescue and distribution, education, and other practical, innovative solutions.”
President of the Jean-Louis Palladin Foundation, which serves to recognize and honor Chef Jean-Louis Palladin’s outstanding culinary contributions. “Part of its mission will be to develop programs to increase the understanding and appreciation of high quality ingredients among young chefs and food professionals.”
For the past three years, Ripert has hosted the Tibetan Aid Project’s Taste & Tribute New York benefit dinner and auction at his acclaimed Manhattan restaurant, Le Bernardin. “Funds raised at the annual Taste & Tribute benefit dinners help support a monumental effort to restore Tibetan-language texts to libraries all over the Himalayan region. So far, this project has led to the distribution of nearly two million traditional Buddhist textsne of the largest free book distributions in history. These treasured texts are presented at the annual World Peace Ceremony in Bodh Gaya, India, and benefit Tibetans in exile communities and in Tibet itself.”
References
^ Boikess, Olga (March 19, 2009). “Vintage Wraps: Le Bernardin”. Zagat.com. http://www.zagat.com/Blog/Detail.aspx?SCID=42&BLGID=19257&SNP=NBOB. 
^ Great Chefs Television
External links
Profile at Great Chefs
Personal Blog
Biography at CuisineNet
in depth video interview w/ Eric
Biography at Global Gourmet
iVillage’s Secret Sauce: Eric Ripert’s Warm Peekytoe-Maryland Lump “Crab Cake”
iVillage’s Secret Sauce: Eric Ripert’s Grilled Trout with Sauce Vierge and Potato and Leek”
Westend Bistro, Washington, DC
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