Here's a profile of chef Daniel Boulud by Sarah Hampson over at the Globe and Mail. And hey it's a little creepy: "There's a soigné look about him... salon-perfect hair, a smooth, moisturized complexion, clothes perfectly pressed, shoes shining... The only disconcerting thing about his careful presentation are his hairy forearms, exposed by the rolled-up sleeves of his jacket... His hands are like prepped vegetables, scrubbed and clipped, expertly manicured..." [G&M]
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