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Tales and suggestion for making a enterprise out of the nutrition you're keen on.
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Marc also knew where the job openings were. Within days, he introduced me to a young, baby-faced ﬁsh cook named Ali Barker. Ali had been the saucier and chef poissonnier at La Côte Basque, which at the time was a great training ground for a number of promising young chefs including Todd English and Charlie Palmer. I was also interested in two sous-chefs: Scott Campbell, a young cook recommended by a culinary teacher named Peter Kump (whom I had also met through Bryan); and Marcie Smith, a cook at Barry and Susan Wine’s four-star Quilted Giraffe.
This gastronomic adventure had been largely designed for us by my father, and it felt good to reconnect over something he was so good at. The dollar was very strong, enabling three ravenous young men to eat abundantly and well for modest prices. I loved ﬁnding good value in places off the beaten path; in fact, I was uninterested in dining at the most expensive places. I always drank Saint Veran instead of Pouilly-Fuissé, pinot bianco instead of pinot grigio, and Saint Aubin instead of Puligny-Montrachet.
I made arrangements through a variety of resources, including my Roman family at La Taverna da Giovanni; my cooking teacher in New York,Andrée Abramoff; and my father, to study cooking in Italy and France for the next three and half months. ” Though we hadn’t had even one date at this point, we had been involved in a quiet but determined courting dance. “I think we need to go out to dinner before I leave,” I said. We started with drinks at the Algonquin Hotel, barely made the curtain for Noises Off at the Brooks Atkinson Theatre on Broadway, took a cab down to Tribeca for dinner at the Odeon (then perhaps the liveliest and most delicious late-night dining spot south of Canal Street), sauntered over to Le Zinc for afterdinner drinks, and walked all the way up to the West Village for more drinks and conversation at another late, favorite restaurant,Texarkana.