At 84 she lost everything and now went to live on her native farm: she is so strong

This famous culinary presenter appeared on the small screen in 1983. Marie-Thérèse Ordonez is an emblematic figure of French cuisine.

Maïté made her dream come true by turning her passion into a profession. She swapped her SNCF announcer horn for a kitchen apron.

In the 90s, she was very famous. At the age of 84, she lost everything and now lives on the farm in her hometown.

It all began in 1983, with a meeting with director Patrice Bellotto when he came to film a report on a rugby team for which the future presenter was cooking.

With host Micheline Banze-Lawton, from 1983 to 1997, she hosted a popular cooking show called “La Cuisine des Mousquetaires”.

Subsequently, her talent was illustrated in the show “À table” and for several years, she also worked as a presenter for Sud Radio.

Building on her media career, Maïté also became a restaurateur.

In her restaurant, she recorded her performances. She began publishing culinary books, making documentaries and works of fiction.

But in 2013, his life completely changed. Mrs. Ordonez lost the meaning of life when her only adorable son left this world due to cancer.

The disappearance of her adorable son, the liquidation of the restaurant in 2015 and finally the departure of her beloved husband in 2020 turned her whole life upside down and the woman had to live far from everything, from people and from no one, except her loved ones.

I don’t know exactly where she lives.


Some media reported that she had settled on her native farm, in the Landes.

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