In the restaurant world, one or two big names on a young chef's resume will open a lot of doors. So, imagine how eyes widen when one gets a look at where Jennie Lorenzo has chopped garlic. Then imagine how they widen even further after seeing this face. How could she have possibly worked with some of the world's best chefs when she doesn't look old enough to drive a car? Don't let that baby face fool ya. Born and raised in Manila, she began her culinary career at ...
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