Turning cooking into entertainment: See what it takes to be a Hibachi chef at Shogun

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RACINE -- Turning cooking into entertainment -- that's what the chefs at Shogun of Racine do everyday. That's where Laura spent the morning learning how to be a Hibachi chef.

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