This undated handout photo provided by Greg Power shows chef Mike Isabella. Top-rated chefs from Washington and across the nation are joining a new effort at the U.S. State Department to increasingly use food as a tool for diplomacy at home and abroad. On Friday, 80 chefs and culinary leaders are being inducted into the new American Chef Corps to help Secretary of State Hillary Clinton forge person-to-person connections and cultural exchanges. (AP Photo/Greg Power)

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This undated handout photo provided by Greg Power shows chef Mike Isabella. Top-rated chefs from Washington and across the nation are joining a new effort at the U.S. State Department to increasingly use food as a tool for diplomacy at home and abroad. On Friday, 80 chefs and culinary leaders are being inducted into the new American Chef Corps to help Secretary of State Hillary Clinton forge person-to-person connections and cultural exchanges. (AP Photo/Greg Power)
This undated handout photo provided by Greg Power shows chef Mike Isabella. Top-rated chefs from Washington and across the nation are joining a new effort at the U.S. State Department to increasingly use food as a tool for diplomacy at home and abroad. On Friday, 80 chefs and culinary leaders are being inducted into the new American Chef Corps to help Secretary of State Hillary Clinton forge person-to-person connections and cultural exchanges. (AP Photo/Greg Power)
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