Other than TV show Iron Chef America, the acknowledged masters of American cooking usually stay away from the competitive cooking scene. But they're willing to step up when a worthy charity is involved, and that's what convinced chefs such as Paul Prudhomme, Michael Mina, Lydia Shire and Nancy Silverton to do battle last month at the American Wine & Food Festival in Los Angeles. Wolfgang Puck and Barbara Lazaroff founded this event, which this year drew a crowd of 2,500. Attendees were ...

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