French chef Alain Ducasse wins lifetime achievement award

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French chef Ducasse poses before the anniversary evening celebrating the 25 years of the restaurant Le Louis XV in MonacoLONDON (Reuters) – French chef Alain Ducasse was given a lifetime achievement award on Monday by The World's 50 Best Restaurants Awards for "pushing the boundaries of excellence in cooking" over a 30-year career. Ducasse, 56, is one of the world's most decorated chefs who won his first three Michelin star award at the age of 33 with Le Louis XV restaurant in the Hôtel de Paris in Monaco. He was the first chef to win three Michelin stars in three different cities and his empire now includes more than 20 restaurants around the world, a culinary publishing house, and a culinary institute. …

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