In this Jan. 29 2013 file photo, French chef Paul Bocuse tastes a dish during the "Bocuse d'Or" trophy, at the 14th World Cuisine contest, in Lyon, central France. (AP Photo/Laurent Cipriani, File)
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Paul Bocuse, one of the greatest French chefs of all time, has died aged 91, the country's interior minister said on Saturday.Dubbed the "pope" of French cuisine, Bocuse helped shake up the food world in the 1970s with the Nouvelle Cuisine revolution and created the idea of the celebrity chef.A giant in a nation that prides itself as the beating heart of gastronomy, Bocuse was France's only chef to keep the Michelin food bible's coveted three-star rating through more than four decades."Monsieur Paul," as he was known, was named "chef of the century" by Michelin's rival guide, the Gault-Millau in 1989, and again by The Culinary Institute of America in 2011 .
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