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When the Chefs Come Home


Copyright: NY Times

November 30, 2011



IN the food world, chefs are the 1 percent, and the rest of us are the 99 percent. At this time every year, we dream of catching crumbs from their tables: shiny new cookbooks, stuffed with recipes so brilliantly simplified as to lift us up to their level. But this year, the chefs descended to our level instead. Even the global stars Ferran Adrià and Heston Blumenthal, known for...


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