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Tag: Micah Wexler
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A couple of years ago I interviewed Chef Micah Wexler, who was then working at Craft in Century City, the West Coast Tom Colicchio outpost. It was Oscar weekend, and Wexler was tasked with making the hors d’oeuvres for Craft’s Oscar night party. He shared them with me, and I, in...