LYON France European chefs took the three top prizes Wednesday at the Bocuse d’Or 2009 culinary competition here, dashing the hopes pinned on American Timothy Hollingsworth of the French Laundry, who came in sixth. Geir Skeie of Mathuset Solvod in Sanefjord, Norway, won the gold medal in the two-day contest, which considered one of the most prestigious in the culinary world. A Swede, Jonas Lundgren of Pierre Gagnaire in Paris, won the silver medal, and Frenchman Philippe Mille of Le ...

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