Chefs or restaurateurs often say that their foodie inclinations were first inspired in their mothers’ kitchens. But when asked, Roger Berkowitz, president and chief executive of the Boston-based, 33-unit Legal Sea Foods chain, will flat out explain that he didn’t get his prowess from his mom. No, it was another important female family member, his maternal grandmother, who passed on the culinary gene.“It’s interesting, I think, that any culinary talent I have I got from my mother’s mother,” ...

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