Chef News

Edward Farrow of The Café at MIM Dishes About Chris Gross, Going Local and What He Learned at Kai

This is part two of my interview with Edward Farrow, executive chef of The Café at MIM. If you missed part one, where Farrow dishes about menu integrity and the fire he started at the famed River Café, read it here.

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Nikki Buchanan