In this installment of Drew's Corner, the King of Tribeca remembers a blow-out dinner with Jean-Louis Palladin, Alain Ducasse, and Michel Richard in Carmel, California. The year was 1988, and the meal involved $2,000 worth of black truffles and pig bladders that were inflated with bicycle pumps. Enjoy.
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