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bobby-flay-gato-fettucine-ql-0414.jpgIs it unfair to criticize chefs for trading in kitchen time in favor of television fame or starting their own mini-chain? Esquire argues that "browbeating ambitious chefs to get back into the kitchen... is simply ludicrous," pointing out chefs' influence can extend far beyond the fine-dining kitchen. "Is camping out in a single kitchen really the best, highest purpose we can think of for the food industry's top thinkers?" [Esquire]

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