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Peach
   in French is   
Pêche
Auguste Escoffier
   is known for   
Pêche Melba
In 1892, Nellie Melba was performing in Wagner's opera Lohengrin at Covent Garden. The Duke of Orléans gave a dinner party for her. For the occasion, Escoffier created a new dessert, and to display it, he used an ice sculpture of a swan, which is featured in the opera. The swan carried peaches on a bed of vanilla ice cream and topped with spun sugar. He was exalted as Chevalier of Legion d'Honneur in 1920Kaiser Wilhelm II of Germany declared Escoffier Emperor of Germany. He was noted for the modernization of the menu and the organization of the professional kitchen. Other Escoffier creations were Melba toast, bombe Néro (a flaming ice), fraises à la Sarah Bernhardt (strawberries with pineapple and Curaçao sorbet), baisers de Vierge (meringue with vanilla cream and crystallised white rose and violet petals) and suprêmes de volailles Jeannette (jellied chicken breasts with foie gras).
Pêche
   is the French for   
Peach
Hector Berlioz
   composed   
"Le Pêcheur"
Fisherman
   in French is   
Pêcheur
Georges Bizet
   composed the opera   
Les Pêcheurs De Perles
Features the famous tenor-baritone duet "Au fond du temple saint"






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