Some in the U.S. culinary community felt let down by the results of the 2009 Bocuse d'Or cooking competition, which took place in late January in legendary chef Paul Bocuse's hometown of Lyon, France. The format: two-person chef/commis teams from 24 nations go head-to-head to see who cooks the best. The story for the United States wasn't so much who won — Norway's Geir Skeie took first — but that U.S. entrant Tim Hollingsworth placed sixth. This was a solid finish, similar to what prior ...

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