Some people never quite figure out their life's mission, while others, like Doug Psaltis, know from an early age. By the time he was 10, Psaltis was already working in the kitchen of his Greek grandfather's diner in Queens. He had no idea then that his quest would take him through several influential kitchens. His first big-time gig was with Wayne Nish at March restaurant. He later joined David Bouley at the then justopened Bouley Bakery, which earned four stars from the New York ...
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