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It was announced today in the Kansas City Star that Celina Tio, the current executive chef at The American Restaurant, is leaving. Chef Debbie Gold, formerly of 40 Sardines, will be returning to the kitchen where she and her ex-husband, Michael Smith, earned the James Beard Award for Best Chefs Midwest in 1999. Gold is supposedly starting on July 1.

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Woohoo! I know it's not terribly articulate but it best sums up my emotions at this moment. I'd like to see a big musical production number ala "Hello Dolly at Harmony Gardens" for the comeback celebration. :wub:

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Group hug!

:rolleyes:

We're a bunch of hungry sops, aren't we.  :raz:

We may be sops but no one on this board has known hunger in a long time.

It's just good knowing Chef Gold is going to stay in town - let alone having her back in the 'jewel box' that is The American. My reaction was the same as the Wench's - hohum to woohoo in 0.5 seconds.

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Here's the link to the article in the Kansas City Star that I alluded to upthread. I'm not sure how long the link will stay active.

“Watermelon - it’s a good fruit. You eat, you drink, you wash your face.”

Italian tenor Enrico Caruso (1873-1921)

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