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Marc Veyrat, the comeback king of French cuisine, was back on the top of the culinary tree Monday after the Michelin guide awarded him the maximum three stars.Only a tiny club of 28 chefs hold three stars from the Michelin guide, the bible of French gastronomy.This year the guide is launching a mentoring scheme led by Anne-Sophie Pic, the only woman at the head of a three-star restaurant in France, to help chefs cope with the pressure Michelin stars bring.However, the organizers have already said more foreign-born chefs will number in its ranks and that five more stars have been rewarded than last year.
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