(Continued from page 1) What is the best way for a chef to learn about seafood quality? If you have quality purveyors, they’ll show you everything you need to know. You can also inform yourself on the internet and from cookbooks. But I’ve probably learned the most from our seafood vendors through the years. And, of course, taste. What are your guests excited about these days? Most people are enthralled by wild seafood because it’s like the last frontier that we ...

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