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The Atlantic pens an advice column—or something like it—about how to act around celebrity chefs, telling the wondering American public that a) it is, in fact, not okay to say you are friends with a chef after meeting him/her at a book signing and b) Ina Garten really does want you to interrupt her dinner because television chefs "live to be noticed." [The Atlantic]

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