Comerford, front left, poses for a selfie with a group of gourmands during a visit to Khari Baoli, Asia’s largest wholesale spice market, in New Delhi.
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World leaders' chefs meet in DelhiThe chefs who cook for the world's leaders usually keep a low profile, leaving the limelight to their bosses. Billed as the world's most exclusive gastronomic society, the Club des Chefs des Chefs brings together the men and women who cook for heads of state to exchange ideas and – presumably – insider information on their bosses' tastes.They have met annually since the club was first established in Paris in 1977, and this year, for the first time, they are doing so in India, hosted by the president's personal chef, Montu Saini.By day three, one of the visiting chefs has fallen ill, while another is feeling the effects of Indian cuisine.Like most of the visiting chefs – 16 men and one woman, America's Cristeta Comerford – Boca is eager to learn more about India's vast range of spices.
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