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In the wee hours of tonight/tomorrow morning, specifically around 3:20am EST, the Bocuse d’Or 2013 will kick off in Lyon, lasting until 9:00am EST, and all of the action can be viewed in a livestream at the link above. If you’re way into the Batman lore we’ve been constructing around USA Chef Richard Rosendale and Commis Corey Siegel based on their rigorous training regimen for the equivalent of the culinary Olympics, you’ll give up your beauty rest.
The link above will air Day 1 of Competition in its entirety live on Tuesday, January 29th. On Wednesday, January 30th, you can view Day 2 of Competition (this is the day USA competes), again, live at 3:20am.
The awards ceremony airs at 11:30am EST on Wednesday, January 30th.
#1 reason Bocuse d’Or 2013 is better than the London Olympics: you won’t have to listen to that annoying Phillip Phillips song a single time.
#1 reason the London Olympics are better than the Bocuse d’Or: Ryan Lochte.
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