Becoming a chef came naturally for Tony Miller. Miller, who grew up picking fresh fruit from his family’s garden in Los Angeles, comes from a long line of cooks, chefs and restaurateurs. His family owns the venerable Harold and Belle’s Creole restaurant just off Crenshaw Boulevard, in his hometown. Other family members have cooked in or owned restaurants in New Orleans and in other towns in Louisiana. Miller says that from the earliest stages of his life he didn’t just learn ...

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