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Kitchen Superstitions

david-guas-headshot-150.jpgIn her first column as Young & Hungry, Jessica Sidman talks to Peter Smith, Gina Chersevani, David Guas and others about the superstitions they invoke when opening up a new restaurant. She writes, "Whether it’s crystals, candles, voodoo dolls, or prayers from Buddhist lamas and Catholic priests, restaurants are full of blessings and black magic. In a business where success can be fickle and fleeting, chefs and restaurateurs will take any good karma they can get." [WCP]

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