If the James Beard Awards are the Oscars of the food world, the Bocuse D'or is the Olympics. Named in honor of Chef Paul Bocuse, France's legendary Michelin-star master chef, this bannual chef competition offers the ultimate showcase of chefs talent from around the world. It's a competition dominated by European countries, and one from which the U.S. took 20 years to glean a title. Among those representing the U.S. at the 2019 awards was one Milwaukee chef. Paris Dreibelbis, winner of the Ment'or Young Chef Competition, was offered the opportunity to stage with the U.S. team as part of his winnings. In this episode of FoodCrush, Dreibelbis shares his insights about the fierce competition, what it takes to compete and what the experience means to the career of a young chef.