CATCH OF THe DAY: A bocuse d'Or winning dish (above). Paul bocuse (below) inspects one of this year's ingredients. Forget those made-for-reality-TV cooking duels. The culinary competition you want to pay attention to occurs every other year in Lyon, France, where 24 chefs representing 24 countries from around the globe go head-to-head in the Bocuse d'Or. It's a two-day event in which contestants prepare two dishes apiece—one meat (this year, a Bresse chicken) and one fish (red crab ...

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