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‘Sibylle’s Top French Chefs’ With Chef Luc Holié

Sybille Eschapasse and chef Luc Holié at the International Culinary Center. (Melinda Martinez/Celebrity Taste Makers)
Sybille Eschapasse and chef Luc Holié at the International Culinary Center. (Melinda Martinez/Celebrity Taste Makers)

In this series, columnist Sibylle Eschapasse interviews some of France’s top chefs, the Maîtres Cuisiniers de France. Name: Luc Holié Hometown:Albi Age: 51 Restaurant: Jubilee...




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