Over the years we've featured several Rising Stars who've served only one master and then gone on to great things. In this case, Jeremy Grandon, after graduating from the C.I.A., toiled for five years under the tutelage of Takashi Yagihashi before opening his own restaurant a year and a half ago. There's little doubt Grandon was paying close attention to his French-trained, Japanese-born mentor, who was named James Beard Midwest Chef of the Year when they were at Tribute in Farmington Hills, ...

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