When school let out for the summer in Ninety Six, S.C., cooking classes started up for Steven Devereaux Greene. Since his mother, a teacher, led summer school during the day, Greene stayed with his grandmother, who taught him to cook from scratch using fruits and vegetables she grew. Like most boys, he dreamed of a career as a football player, but reality already was steering him toward life as a chef. At family gatherings, where he learned to grill, he gained such confidence that he applied ...
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