You used to cook for Tom Jobim and all his bossa nova friends. Is that right?
Remi: Yes. That was incredible. I would cook for them all night. They would sit around playing, laughing, joking around. And after one party at one person’s house, they would go to another. What music. What emotion. Brazzil: You spent much of your time in the United States in Beverly Hills. Remi: I lived many years in Beverly Hills with Mr. Feldstein, a clothes manufacturer who traveled a lot. He bought Lucille Ball’s home and I lived in an apartment in the back. I would cook and do some cleaning. It was a very beautiful home and neighborhood. I loved it there. Brazzil: Tell me some of the people you have cooked for in Hollywood. Remi: I have cooked for so, so many people. I once cooked for Michael Jackson and Elizabeth Taylor alone in Michael’s house. That was very special. I have cooked for Oprah Winfrey, Paul McCartney, Eddie Murphy, Dick Van Dyke, Sugar Ray Leonard, Magic Johnson, Bill Cosby, Willie Nelson, Herb Albert. So, so many. I just can’t remember them all. I used to see Gre