Fine-dining chefs, restaurant veterans, chain pioneers, culinary educators and what Richard Marriott, chairman of Host Hotels and Resorts Inc., called “a galaxy of Michelin stars” celebrated the legacy of Paul Bocuse and other honorees at The Culinary Institute of America’s fifth annual Leadership Awards Gala in New York Wednesday. Arguably the modern era’s first celebrity chef, Bocuse was honored by a who’s-who of the culinary world as “Chef of the ...
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