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Sharing the Sizzle

LEARNED EARLY IN MY CAREER that while chefs and restaurateurs are competitors, they are much better friends than foes. One late Sunday afternoon in 1978, Ruth Fertel, owner of Ruth’s Chris Steak House in New Orleans, dined at my Lafitte’s Landing in Donaldsonville. I had opened the previous July and was honored to have the Empress of Steak seated in my restaurant. I’m sure that Ruth understood from the sea of

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