Wolfgang Puck is one of the biggest names in the restaurant world. He’s a business owner, a caterer, a food manufacturer and one of the first celebrity chefs, but he started out as a cook. Puck began cooking beside his mother, who also was a chef, and went through the usual European apprenticeship process, followed by stints at some of France’s top restaurants, before moving to the United States at the age of 24.He spent two years in Indianapolis but moved to Los Angeles in 1975 ...

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