Marcel Rouff  

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Marcel Rouff (May 4,1877 in Carouge (Geneva) – February 3, 1936 in Paris) was a Swiss novelist, playwright, poet, journalist, historian, and gastronomic writer. With Curnonsky (Maurice Edmond Sailland) he wrote the multi-volume work La France gastronomique, guide des merveilles culinaires et des bonnes auberges fran├žaises (Gastronomic France: Guide to the culinary marvels and the good inns of France).

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