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Chef and restaurateur Wolfgang Puck at WP Kitchen + Bar in Palm Desert. Jonathan Gold Contact Reporter As part of Food Bowl , this Mays monthlong food festival, The Los Angeles Times is presenting the first Gold Award to chef Wolfgang Puck. The Gold Award is to be given to a California chef annually, with the idea of honoring culinary excellence and expanding the notion of what Southern California cooking might be. The award celebrates intelligence and innovation, brilliance and sensitivity to aesthetics, culture and the environment. We anticipate that the award will be part of the local landscape for many years to come. The inaugural Los Angeles Times Gold Award could scarcely be given to anyone but this years honoree, Wolfgang Puck , who taught the world what it means to be a Los Angeles chef. At Ma Maison, the restaurant that brought Puck to the area, he helped to invent the modern template of the entertainment industry restaurant, which included a kind of studied informality and superb French cuisine. At the original Spago on the Sunset Strip, he created what later became known as casual fine dining, a movement that swept the food world, and his grill-intensive menu that included pizza, pasta and salad made the restaurant perhaps the most famous in the United States. The Asian-European style called fusion may have started at his Santa Monica restaurant Chinois, and his short-lived Eureka jump-started the U.S. gastropub movement. The more formal Beverly Hills Spago has defined fine dining in Los Angeles for the last two decades, and Cut showed the city what a steakhouse without compromise might look like.
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But this time around, she has made the decision to continue training. Baby number two, a boy, is due in July. "Putting the health of the baby first doesn't just mean sitting on the couch," the 29-year-old said. Why it's OK to run when you are pregnant Vollmer isn't the first woman to race while heavily pregnant - in June 2014, Alysia Montano competed in the 800m quarter finals of the US track and field championships while eight months pregnant. Plenty of women have also taken part in the Olympics while pregnant, though none did in Rio, due to concerns over the effect of the Zika virus on unborn children. The website of the US Swimming Masters, an organisation helping promote the sport, advises that women can carry on swimming even while heavily pregnant, but that each case is different. Image copyright Instagram/danavollmer Image caption Vollmer had teased her fans by saying her suit would indicate the sex of the baby - pink for a girl, green for a boy (she eventually swam in green) Competing in the 50 metres freestyle only three months before giving birth did present one particular challenge for Vollmer. "I don't think I've ever done a 50 where I took four or five breaths," she said. "A 50 felt long for the first time in my life." In the end, Vollmer finished 55th in the preliminary round in Mesa, with a time of 27.59 seconds (last year, she swam the same race in 25 seconds). Not that her time was a problem. "Time didn't matter, place didn't matter," she said.
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