What makes a great chef?
Question: What makes a great chef?
Lidia Bastianich: I think what makes a great chef, first and foremost, is passion. Secondly, dedication. Thirdly, education. Fourthly, practice and being mentored by the right people. And I think an important element to really round the chef – make it complete – is the travel. The travel to understand different cultures and their different food cultures.
Passion and dedication.
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