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Chef Michael Cole’s Road to Lyon

Every two years, Lyon draws two dozen highly esteemed chefs to compete for what has been dubbed the most prestigious culinary award of all time – Bocuse d’Or. First things first, let's get you up to speed with a brief history lesson on the competition and the face behind its existence. Restaurateur and Chef Paul Bocuse was a symbol of French gastronomy, and evidently so after he earned himself the nickname Pope of Gastronomy. Monsieur Paul owned and operated his family’s restaurant, L'Auberge du Pont de Collonges, where he later earned three Michelin stars. In 1987 Bocuse d’Or was born, with the idea to showcase cuisines from a number of countries. In the beginning, just 24 countries compete

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