Many chefs strive to create globally inspired menus. Danny Elmaleh, executive chef at the new Los Angeles restaurant Celadon, strives to live a globally inspired life. Born in Israel to a Moroccan father and a Japanese mother, Elmaleh and his family moved to Japan when he was a child, and they opened a North African restaurant. He came to the United States to attend The Culinary Institute of America in Hyde Park, N.Y., and graduated in 1995. After that, he ...
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