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Canadian culinary team wins silver

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TORONTO -- Culinary Team Canada picked up four silver medals at the American Culinary Classic held last week in Chicago.

Led by House of Commons executive chef Judson Simpson, who is also team manager, the participating chefs won in both the hot and cold food categories, earning them a fourth place standing among the 12 teams in the competition.

"The competition was a true testament of the team's ability to measure up against some of the best chefs in the world," explains Simpson.

The team includes Simpson, Shawn Whalen and Lesia Burlak, Toronto; James Olberg and Ben Pernosky, Vancouver; Christophe Luzeux, Halifax; Cameron Tait, Winnipeg; Jean-Luc Piquemal, Val Belair, Que; Yves Petit, Montreal; Steve Evetts and Jian Bin Zhao, New York.

-- Canadian Press

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition May 28, 2003 $sourceSection$sourcePage

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