She first drew national attention for her work at San Francisco's Fog City Diner in the 1980s. But even back then Cindy Pawlcyn was helping to redefine American food by incorporating small plates onto her menu, with many of them featuring ingredients and flavor notes drawn from other cultures. It's a practice she continued at her next ventures, Mustards Grill and Cindy's Backstreet Kitchen, both in Napa Valley. So if you're looking for advice on how the small plate phenomenon can be ...

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