This weekend in New York City, during the New York City Wine And Food Festival, The New York Times invited three French chefs to share the stage and talk about their careers, cuisine and food memories. Watch what happens when New York Times Dining Editor Sam Sifton interviews Daniel Boulud, Alain Ducasse and Eric Ripert in this hour-long discussion, a part of the TimesTalks series. It's an hour long, but the three longtime friends and French culinary masters trade inspiring stories and even take jabs at each other, as when Boulud suggests that Ripert is the most American of the three. "What is this, a roast?" Ripert jokes. Check it out below.