After working as a chef in the United States for many decades, I have mixed feelings about people who are not familiar with America's rich culinary history. I have great pity for them because I know what they have been missing in their lives, as I was once missing it myself; I also have great delight because I know the wonderful journey that awaits them as they turn back the years and discover the nation's rich culinary history. Originally, I made the assumption that early ...
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