Weekends and holidays often mean more work for chefs, not less. But a dozen of the countless chefs around the country have managed to get some time off for Christmas. They shared their plans with Nation’s Restaurant News. Natalia Machado, executive chef at Industria Argentina in New York, will be celebrating Argentinean style, which is to say mostly on Christmas Eve. It will be a late, “bubbly” night, she says, “for sure.” So she’ll sleep in on Christmas, wake up with a warm mug of coffee ...
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