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- Joan Nathan Cookbook author, "The New American Cooking: 280 Recipes Full of Delectable New Flavors From Around the World as well as Fresh Ways with Old Favorites" (Knopf)
- James Muir Executive Chef, Rosa Mexicano D.C.
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