Tariq Hanna has gone through several life changes. Born in Nigeria, he went to a posh boarding school in England before moving to the Detroit suburbs to study architecture. But once there he ended up studying cooking instead. Although he had some formal training, Hanna learned many of his skills on the job, at country clubs and catering houses. After completing culinary school he worked as a breakfast cook in a diner and also took the graveyard shift at a Dunkin’ Donuts. ...

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