Ask chefs how they got interested in food, and the most common response has something to do with their mother. Whether they started cooking while holding their mother’s apron strings, were inspired by the treasures served at the family dinner table — or possibly, if their mothers’ priorities weren’t in the kitchen, learned to cook in self-defense — maternal influence can usually be found in a chef’s cooking.Ask chefs how they got interested in food, and the most common response has ...
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