Fort Drum chef competes on Today Show
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NEW YORK, N.Y. -- It was Army versus Navy on Sunday morning, but instead of the traditional football game, it was a battle on the grill. The Today Show held a friendly cook off featuring chefs from the two military branches.
The Army was represented by a soldier from Fort Drum, Staff Sergeant Carlos Quiles. It was a barbecue challenge for the Fourth of July, featuring ribs and potatoes. Quiles gave his dish an asian twist, including a Korean marinade for the ribs. But, in a close decision, Judge Sunny Anderson from the Food Network, gave the edge to Navy culinary specialist, Andre Keith.