When Didier Elena recently chatted with his mentor and former boss, Alain Ducasse, he downplayed how much fun he was having at his new gig. As executive chef of the innovative Chefs Club in Aspen, Elena gets to work with some of this country’s top talent on a rotating basis. Every year, four new chefs join the club to help create the menu at the 78-seat restaurant in Colorado and then occasionally visit throughout the year to helm the kitchen. After spending almost 25 years working ...

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