It’s starting to look like being a TV chef, as opposed to being a working restaurant chef, has become the career goal of an increasing numbers of culinarians. That’s especially true when it’s possible to take the reality cooking show route to stardom instead of the traditional work-in-famous-kitchens-to-build-your-resume method. TV is easier and faster, and the shows that enable overnight stardom are proliferating so rapidly even we get them mixed up. We mistakenly referred to Hell’s Kitchen ...
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