Photo Gallery Chefs, dignitaries pay respects to French chef Paul Bocuse

Chefs, dignitaries pay respects to French chef Paul Bocuse

Chefs carry the coffin of French Paul Bocuse during a funeral ceremony at the Saint-Jean Cathedral in Lyon, central France, Friday, Jan. 26, 2018. Hundreds of chefs and French dignitaries are gathering in the culinary mecca of Lyon for the funeral of Paul Bocuse, a master chef who defined French cuisine for more than a half-century and put it on tables around the world

French chefs Alain Ducasse, center, Regis Marcon, right, and French chef Yannick Alleno arrive to attend the funeral ceremony for French Paul Bocuse at the Saint-Jean cathedral, in Lyon, central France, Friday, Jan. 26, 2018. Hundreds of chefs and French dignitaries are gathering in the culinary mecca of Lyon for the funeral of Paul Bocuse, a master chef who defined French cuisine for more than a half-century and put it on tables around the world.
French chefs Joel Robuchon, left first row, and Jean-François Piege, center left, attend the funeral ceremony for French Paul Bocuse at the Saint-Jean cathedral, in Lyon, central France, Friday, Jan. 26, 2018. Hundreds of chefs and French dignitaries are gathering in the culinary mecca of Lyon for the funeral of Paul Bocuse, a master chef who defined French cuisine for more than a half-century and put it on tables around the world.
French chefs Regis Marcon, left, Pierre Orsi, 2nd right, Jacques Margui, right, and US chef Thomas Keller, 2nd left, pose before attending the funeral ceremony for French Paul Bocuse at the Saint-Jean cathedral, in Lyon, central France, Friday, Jan . 26, 2018. Hundreds of chefs and French dignitaries are gathering in the culinary mecca of Lyon for the funeral of Paul Bocuse, a master chef who defined French cuisine for more than a half-century and put it on tables around the world.

Chefs carry the coffin of French Paul Bocuse during a funeral ceremony at the Saint-Jean Cathedral in Lyon, central France, Friday, Jan. 26, 2018. Hundreds of chefs and French dignitaries are gathering in the culinary mecca of Lyon for the funeral of Paul Bocuse, a master chef who defined French cuisine for more than a half-century and put it on tables around the world.
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