With an eclectic résumé that includes an acting career in Hollywood, a country music CD and a published cookbook, chef Tracy Griffith, half-sister of film star Melanie Griffith, feels most at home with a knife roll.“Cooking was the other thing that I loved,” she says about her choice to attend the California Sushi Academy in Los Angeles. “It’s what I was best at and most comfortable with.”As one of the relatively few women in a male-dominated profession, Griffith became the first female ...
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