While the macho, high-pressure kitchen may have once reigned, Neil Rankin says it’s time we stop expecting our chefs to be resilient above all else
There are a few people in this world who understood the 2015 film Burnt and most of them are probably not chefs any more. Actually, when I say “understood”, what I mean is “empathised”, because if there was one stand-out problem with the film, it was how audiences failed to connect with the central character.
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