If you were to ask me 15 years ago what I thought the future of the restaurant industry would look like today, my answer would have been way off. Back then I was working in a basement in New York. It was a game to see who could stay out the latest after work and who could show up the earliest. There were fist fights in the kitchen and a lot feelings hurt on a daily basis.
“Food is a language, one that crosses borders, and one that we all speak. It’s full of slang, and shorthand, and we use each other’s words, and ingredients, and techniques, but when we sit down at the table we all know what each other are saying.”