In a business crowded by bloated egos, Andrew Carmellini is one of those unassuming guys who wins admirers by quietly getting the job done. The 39-year-old Cleveland native and CIA grad picked up two James Beard Awards and was named a Food & Wine Best New Chef while working the stove at a little NYC place called Cafe Boulud. From there, he switched to Italian at A Voce, where his duck meatballs and other treats won fans and three stars from the New York Times. Last year Robert DeNiro ...
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