• Born date: 1875-04-20
  • Born in: n.a.
  • Death date: 1964-01-26
Édouard de Pomiane

Édouard Alexandre de Pomiane, sometimes Édouard Pozerski (Paris, 20 April 1875 – Paris, 26 January 1964) was a French scientist, radio broadcaster and food writer.His parents emigrated from Poland in 1863, changed their name from Pozerski to de Pomiane, and became French citizens.De Pomiane worked as a physician at the Institut Pasteur in Paris, where he gave Félix d'Herelle a place to work on bacteriophages.His best known works that have been translated into English are Cooking in Ten Minutes and Cooking with Pomiane.