Jérôme Bocuse

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Jérôme Bocuse is a French chef who is on the board of directors of the Bocuse d'Or USA Foundation as vice-president, and son of Paul Bocuse. Along with chefs Thomas Keller and Daniel Boulud, Jérôme Bocuse is responsible for raising support and awareness for the U.S. Bocuse d'Or effort, and in selecting the candidates who participate in the Bocuse d'Or USA, where the winner will go on to represent the U.S. in the international finals of Bocuse d'Or in Lyon, France.

Bocuse is a 1992 graduate of The Culinary Institute of America.[1][2] Since 1993 he was involved with planning for the international Bocuse d'Or, and since 1996 has overseen "Les Chefs du France", the French restaurant at Epcot.[3] In 2009 he appeared as a guest judge on Top Chef.


  1. ^ Greene, Gael, New York Magazine (April 19, 1993). Dinner of the Century
  2. ^ The Culinary Institute of America, press release The Culinary Institute of America to Host Bocuse d'Or USA Finals
  3. ^ bocusedorusa.org About Bocuse d'Or USA