Signing up for culinary school immediately after earning a B.A. in English isn’t the usual route for aspiring culinarians, but it’s certainly worked well for 37-year-old Scott Tycer. After graduating from the University of Texas at Austin, he moved to Portland, OR, where he graduated from the Western Culinary Institute. A job at the Ritz-Carlton in Houston came next, followed by a stint as executive sous chef at Spago in Palo Alto, CA. The Houston native then came home to open Aries, an ...

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