Culinarians are and were intellectually curious, aesthetically experimental, and gastronomically evangelical.I n his new book, "The Culinarians: Lives and Careers from the First Age of American Fine Dining," Dr. David Shields traces the stories of 175 lives and careers of chefs, caterers, and restaurateurs who raised the profession of cooking and fine dining in America to an art form.


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