Traveling to over 500 cities for A Fork on the Road, my show and book, I've visited some pretty famous kitchens, cooking along side America's most dynamic chefs. Most of the time, it's a great gig. Most, but not all.
What you don't see on TV or hear on the podcast, is the darker side of the Culinary Revolution. The egos, the screaming, the pretentious posturing that happens when chefs start to believe their own PR. That's what you don't see, unless you're watching Hell's Kitchen -- because you think 'reality TV'...
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