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Chef Aurore de Beauduy of Vogue Bistro on Surprise and Her Most Memorable Meal Ever

This is part two of our interview with chef Aurore de Beauduy of Vogue Bistro in Surprise. Having traveled and worked all over the world, you can imagine de Beauduy is a woman with a quite a lot of stories to tell. Today she shares our favorite of those adventures (at least from those we've gotten to hear so far), about her six-month stage at a French restaurant in communist Russia. She was there in winter of 1998. If you missed the first part of the interview in which she told us how she got started at Le Cordon Bleu in Paris, you can read that here.

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