So, you say you want to work for a star chef. You’ve dined in all of his restaurants and watched him on the Food Network. You’ve bought all of her cookbooks and tried to reproduce the recipes at home. You’ve seen their branded products advertised on the Home Shopping Network and have some ideas of your own that might translate to mass-market sales. But as an aspiring professional, you’ve also been following their progress over the years in the hopes that someday you might ...
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