Before becoming the answer to a culinary trivia question ("Name the first U.S. chef to own his own restaurant in France) by opening Le Monte Cristo in the town of Moneteau in Burgundy, Bob Waggoner had already worked in the kitchens of a galaxy of Michelin-starred French greats: Jacques Lameloise, Charles Barrier, Pierre Gagnaire, Gerard Boyer and Mark Meneau. In all, the California native spent 11 years in France before returning to the U.S., where for the last 10 years he has been ...
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