HYDE PARK N.Y. A veritable who's who of leading chefs from across the country flew in to judge the competition that would decide who would represent the United States next year in the biennial Bocuse d'Or.The competition, held Saturday at the Culinary Institute of America here, featured 12 teams cooking in front of a full house, complete with sign-holding cheering sections.Click here to see photos from the event. James Kent, sous chef of Eleven Madison Park in New York City, ...
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