He doesn't have any time for himself. Or, so he says. He is on the go every hour of the day. Or, so it seems. "Look," says Emeril Lagasse, "when I was with you in Louisville [we serve on the advisory board of Sullivan College], I had just come off the Orlando project. That was seven weeks without a day off. Since then, it's been two weeks here in Las Vegas working the Del Monico's project at the Venetian. Nine weeks without a day off. I'm killing myself. In ...

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