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Food Maestro: Chef Peter Joseph

Any chef working with a Michelin Starred restaurant on one side has an edge over many of his peers in the industry and on the other side has a huge responsibility to maintain & retain the Michelin Star status. 499 more words

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Creating Food for Every Mood: Brand Master Chef Inder Dev

Talk of the great chefs and the very first thought that crosses your mind will be that, they can do impossible cooking tasks with ease & make it look so simple too. 1,184 more words

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Ingenious Culinary Expert: Chef Rahul Shrivastava

Being a chef is not easy, going through rigorous trainings, working long & odd hours, staying away from family and friends & missing on a lot of fun in life but on other hand having the utmost satisfaction of cooking some thing great and feeding so many people. 1,580 more words

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Gastronomic Genius: Chef Balaji Hariharan

Sometimes when I visit a restaurant and I see some great food on my plate or I watch a cooking program on the television, being a chef looks highly glamorous & appealing. 1,058 more words

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Pastry Passion of Chef Vikas Shrivastava

I have yet to meet anyone who would say no to Pastries or Desserts. We love them on our plates but not always & not all people think of the person who created that master piece that is truly a feast to our eyes & taste buds. 875 more words

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Vagabond's Chef Alex Chang on the Prizes and Pitfalls of Youth

Plate Magazine is one of my favorite clients to write for. Being an industry rag, they focus purely on what chefs are doing, exploring with incredible depth and covering a wide gamut of food, culture and lifestyle topics. 1,751 more words


Interview with Jim Blevins, Executive Chef of Butcher and The Brewer

We had the pleasure of chatting with Jim Blevins, the executive chef of Butcher and the Brewer on East Fourth Street. He’s extremely down-to-earth, talented, passionate, and definitely knows his food.  1,311 more words