In the traditional sense, it’s the chef that makes a dish and not the other way around. In small towns, there is rarely much opportunity to indulge in gourmet dining. Those who wish to venture out are usually stuck with chain restaurants that while they might taste good, have nothing on the gourmet restaurants usually found in larger cities with a more diverse population.
Those who have eaten in these kind of restaurants know this to be true. In many cases, the chef is responsible for the success of a restaurant. It makes sense. Bad food equals unhappy customers, unhappy customers eventually translates into no customers. Without customers, there is nobody to serve, and everybody is left feeling hungry and empty, literally. [Read more…]