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Kelowna top chef challenges for national honour

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B.C.'s top chef for 2013 in the Gold Metal Plates competition, Mark Filatow of Kelowna, challenges culinary masters from across Canada.(Courtesy Ron Sombilon)
Foodies are holding their forks in anticipation as ten chefs from across Canada fight for the Gold Medal Plate today.

Kelowna's Mark Filatow won the Vancouver round to represent B.C by beating nine chefs in this province.

Now he faces nine of the best in Canada and   Daybreak's Christina Low went to find out how he's taking the heat.


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