Simple yet extraordinary

May 1998
Progressive Grocer;May98, Vol. 77 Issue 5, p181
Trade Publication
Focuses on the culinary artistry of Gary Danko, chef at Viognier Restaurant, at the Draeger's Market Place in San Mateo, California. Role in the development of Viognier and other restaurants; Preparation of simple dishes for restaurant clients; Establishment of a cooking school with video camera close-ups of Danko and other chefs at work.


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