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1. The life of a chef is notoriously difficult, but it doesn’t have to be

Very few people will become a celebrity chef or famous influencer, even if they seek out formal training. Plenty of people who pursue cooking as a career won’t even follow through with it, and who can blame them? As it stands now, the industry doesn’t exactly promote a healthy work-life balance. Read the full story

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2. Q&A with Jesse Friesen: “We’ll become a dining destination”
Jesse Friesen, executive chef for Pizzeria Gusto Group, has bussed tables, run...Full story
3. How poor labelling undermines efforts to make fisheries sustainable
With seafood, most diners know only a few highly valued and well-known...Full story
4. New generations are making for a new kind of lunch
At the 2019 Terroir Symposium earlier this year, I noticed a seemingly never-ending...Full story
5. Previously unloved RTD cocktails have gotten an upgrade
RTD cocktails are easy to stock, cost effective and they’re crafted to ensure that...Full story
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