UPDATE: Bocuse d'Or Winners Announced! | CookingDistrict.com

UPDATE: Bocuse d'Or Winners Announced!


The Bronze Bocuse Award:Norway

The Silver Bocuse Award: Sweden

The Gold Bocuse Award: Denmark

Award for the best Commis (assistant chef): Japan's Maiko Imazawa

Check back for more results today.

Check out video feeds of the event here.

The Bocuse d'Or wrapped up today in Lyon, France. James Kent of Eleven Madison Park represented the US at the competition.

About James Kent:

"A native New Yorker, James started his culinary career as a summer apprentice at Bouley when he was fifteen years old. Johnson and Wales provided a formal culinary basis, expounded upon with classes at the Le Cordon Bleu in London and Paris. After graduating, James returned to New York taking jobs at Babbo as Tournant, at Jean-Georges as Saucier, and on the opening team as Poissonier at Gordon Ramsey. James joined the team at Eleven Madison Park in spring 2007. Starting as a Line Cook, James’ versatility led to a very quick promotion to his current position as Sous Chef.

James will compete in Lyon with his commis, Sous Chef Tom Allan, who has spent time cooking in the kitchens of Eleven Madison Park and Per Se."

All-Clad Metalcrafters is sponsoring the US team; Michael Ruhlman will be posting pics to their Facebook page throughout the competition.
Images listed below are credited to Joshua David Stein-see all of them on All-Clad's Facebook page. From Joshua David Stein from the floor: "The die have been cast, at least for Team U.S.A. The monkfish, representing Sag Harbor, was all curves and harmony; the lamb, representing Manhattan, is a city grid. Robert Moses would be proud, as should the rest of Team U.S.A. be."
Above: Lamp Platter and Lamb Plated

Below:Monkfish Platter and Monkfish Plated


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