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Americans Really Want to Work for René Redzepi in Denmark All of a Sudden

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René Redzepi.
René Redzepi.
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Americans woke up Wednesday morning to the news that Donald Trump is going to be the next President of the United States. On a related note, heralded Danish chef René Redzepi awoke to an inbox flooded with job applications.

Thinking emoji indeed, Mr. Redzepi. Apparently the election of Trump, who is scaring the hell out of many Americans, has inspired some restaurant workers in this country to seek employment abroad. Of course, working under one of the best chefs in the world is an added perk.

Redzepi’s restaurant Noma, which is about to vacate its original Copenhagen location for a new address in the Danish countryside, is currently accepting applications for front-of-house and kitchen employees. And, the chef is looking for help at his innovative "science bunker" where he creates new flavors and ingredients. Start working on your cover letter.

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