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Courtesy Parade magazine
The May 19, 2013, edition of Parade magazine, available in print editions of Sunday's Journal Gazette, features a story about the Armed Forces Chef of the Year on its cover.

Top military chef profiled in Parade

Some of the best chefs in the country aren't in restaurants or on TV -- they're in the military, Parade magazine says.

In its May 19 edition, available in Sunday's print editions of The Journal Gazette, the magazine profiles the U.S. Navy's Derrick Davenport, the 2013 Armed Forces Chef of the Year.

Other stories in Sunday's Parade:

  • Up in the air: How much do you know about flying? Take Parade's summer travel quiz and find out.
  • Back to the future: Connie Schultz's third-grade self-portrait turned out to be weirdly accurate, which made her wonder: How did she prophesy her middle-aged self so well?

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