Over the last 20 years in foodservice — a span that could reasonably be labeled The Rise of the Celebrity Chef — there has been no shortage of kitchen artisans and culinary aficionados who have proclaimed that food is art. But can something transient and consumable like food be called art? A lot depends on how you define art. My favorite is, “The purpose of art is to reveal something hidden,” attributed to acting coach Uta Hagen. This statement alone makes a singular ...
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