It's rare to find young chefs hanging around any one restaurant for long unless they own their own joint. They are troubadours who make music with many in their search for wisdom. And then there are chefs like Eric Ziebold, who dig in for years suppressing their sense of wanderlust. But who can blame the 32-year-old? For the last eight or so years Ziebold has toiled at The French Laundry, one of the world's most celebrated restaurants. It was no doubt difficult to walk away from his post ...
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