Every son who has a famous dad eventually has to ask himself: “Can I fill my old man's shoes?” In the case of Marc Forgione, the shoes he seeks to fill are those of Larry Forgione, a culinary pioneer who embraced America's bounty in the 1970s when this country was obsessed with all things French. Marc has a way to go before he can walk with giants, but he's taken some long steps in that direction. His lessons under the master began at age 16 at his father's legendary New York City ...
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