SURVIVAL OF THE FITTEST: David Chang (t), Jonathan Eismann(m) and Andrew Carmellini (b) One of the great things about choosing a cooking career is that there are many ways to make it to the top. Some aspirants take the culinary school route, followed by a series of intern-like stages in the great kitchens of the world. Others opt for the school-of-hard-knocks approach, where the ability to talk your way into a job despite little or no experience— and then fake your way through ...

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