Andrew Carmellini is a consummate New York City chef who seems to balance running restaurants with writing cookbooks, consulting on sausages and, this past week, acting as guest editor at Food Republic. The chef-owner of Locanda Verde, The Dutch and Lafayette has been sharing videos of how to make a baguette — more visually appealing than informative, but still worth a couple minutes — his 10 commandments of being a New York City chef, and 10 things he hates, including casting ...

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