You don’t have to be a chef to know which side your bread is buttered on

Trunk, I enjoyed the piece by Christopher Buckley about John Le Kerry. However, I found it somwhat unfair to snooty French restaurants in light of this article from the Washington Post’s food section. It tells the story of Michel Richard, the award-winning chef and owner of Washington’s exquisite Citronelle restaurant. In early March of this year, against the backdrop of the bitter feud between the U.S. and France, Richard became a U.S. citzen. His reason was the usual one — “I feel so free here.”

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