U.S. chef Sara Jenkins, center, takes a picture before the start of dinner, in Havana, Cuba, Friday, May 11, 2012. Prominent New York City chefs are teaming up this week with culinary entrepreneurs from Havana's budding private restaurant scene, cooking up savory and sweet multi-course meals from an improvised kitchen built in a shipping container. "Project Paladar," named after Cuba's popular independent restaurants, is part of Havana's 11th Biennial, an irreverent bash attracting artists from as many as 43 countries as well as thousands of art aficionados and collectors. (AP Photo/Ramon Espinosa)

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U.S. chef Sara Jenkins, center, takes a picture before the start of dinner, in Havana, Cuba, Friday, May 11, 2012. Prominent New York City chefs are teaming up this week with culinary entrepreneurs from Havana's budding private restaurant scene, cooking up savory and sweet multi-course meals from an improvised kitchen built in a shipping container. "Project Paladar," named after Cuba's popular independent restaurants, is part of Havana's 11th Biennial, an irreverent bash attracting  artists from as many as 43 countries as well as thousands of art aficionados and collectors. (AP Photo/Ramon Espinosa)
U.S. chef Sara Jenkins, center, takes a picture before the start of dinner, in Havana, Cuba, Friday, May 11, 2012. Prominent New York City chefs are teaming up this week with culinary entrepreneurs from Havana's budding private restaurant scene, cooking up savory and sweet multi-course meals from an improvised kitchen built in a shipping container. "Project Paladar," named after Cuba's popular independent restaurants, is part of Havana's 11th Biennial, an irreverent bash attracting artists from as many as 43 countries as well as thousands of art aficionados and collectors. (AP Photo/Ramon Espinosa)
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