Cortney Burns is comfortable with being uncomfortable. On this episode of Speaking Broadly the renowned chef best known as a fermentation guru and the co-owner of Tartine in San Francisco, talks about embracing the difficulty of opening a restaurant in the small Massachusetts town of North Adams, far from her partner, farmers, community. Burns welcomes the challenge of a new place, incorporating the surprisingly diverse immigrant history of the area and her own culinary history in the menu. Also on this episode, former Editor-in-Chief of Travel & Leisure magazine Nancy Novogrod relives key mentoring, starting with her time at the New Yorker.


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