Homaro Cantu has dazzled foodies at his groundbreaking Chicago restaurant Moto since 2004. He's also become a star on the global think-tank circuit via presentations that demonstrate how his bleeding-edge culinary techniques could feed the world's poor for pennies. Now he's approaching the final frontier of the restaurant industry: making his style of sophisticated food recontextualization accessible to the masses, with price points to match. That's the modus operandi of his new ...

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