Another prize for Yannick La Salle
Article published on 25 March 2019
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The Bryson native chef, Yannick La Salle, stood out, once again, for a good cause this year at the 2019 Défi des Chefs. The CHIP 101,9 team, made up of CHIP’s Marie Gionet and 16-year-old Jérémie, who is in remission from a brain cancer, won first prize in the friendly competition and fundraiser for Leucan Outaouais:

Last year, Yannick La Salle also won this competition. The full conversation with CHIP 101.9’s Marie Gionet in French about last Thursdays’ competition can be found here.

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