Chef Paul Qui prepares a dish at the CIA39s Worlds of Flavor International Conference amp Festival

Chef Paul Qui prepares a dish at the CIA's Worlds of Flavor International Conference & Festival.

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The culinary world has been immeasurably enriched and fundamentally altered as a result of global exploration across the millennia. The exploits of Alexander the Great, for example, led to the Alexandrian Exchange that introduced citrus fruits and cinnamon to the West, and the voyages of Christopher Columbus brought about the Columbian Exchange and the introduction of corn and tomatoes to European kitchens. The Worlds of Flavor International Conference & Festival, sponsored annually b

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