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An America drowning in red ink is the land of the free no more
Topic - David Lebovitz
Paris, once regarded as the gastronomical center of the world, is looking to a cadre of young chefs from a country derided for its love of processed cheese — gasp, the United States — to help raise the bar.
Mr. Lebovitz warns that Paris remains a challenging destination for young American cooks with big dreams.
"For anyone who likes to cook or eat, this place is simply a dream," Mr. Lebovitz said. "Actually, it's a dream for pretty much anyone."