As the Bocuse d'Or draws closer, CBS This Morning talks to chef Richard Rosendale about the competition that "is like the Olympics of cooking." The show tries to explain the point of the Bocuse d'Or, where reporter Ben Tracy explains they'll be making "food that even foodies might find a little frou-frou." So there's a look inside Rosendale's West Virginia bunker where he and commis Corey Siegel have been training — though the chefs kick out the cameras when the food is ready to preserve the secrecy. They also visit Thomas Keller, who says that while there's a lot of camaraderie, Team US is serious about the competition, saying, "Yeah we want to win. No question about it. We want to kick their butts."
Video: Chefs Train to Compete at Bocuse d'Or