Pnina L. Peled once faced the difficult choice between pursuing a career in the arts or a career in the kitchen. She had been around the restaurant industry for most of her life, pitching in as a young girl at her father’s cafe in the Flatbush area of Brooklyn, N.Y., and later working as a teenager in his subsequent restaurants.“I was always involved somehow, if I was just brought there because there was no baby sitter or as a teenager actually working in one of them,” she says. “When I was ...

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