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And wow, there was so much energy and creativity in Chicago.: “Virtually every chef I met credited Paul Kahan with leading the war for independents in a city long known for the extremes of high-end places like Charlie Trotter's, the Dining Room at the Ritz-Carlton and Spiaggia and the gotta-have-a-gimmick outlets developed by Richard Melman's Lettuce Entertain You (Cafe Ba-Ba-Reeba, Big Bowl).” Schrambling: There was a sense of pride there, like, “We don’t have to pretend to be New York; we’re happy where we are.” The media was dominated by the coasts, but these were people doing something interesting, and didn’t need the spotlight.Charlie Trotter’s was that breeding ground—he set the standard—but people were breaking off.
We use his White Delaware chickens and his skirt steak for our salads, and his pork for our chorizo hash bowl. It’s why we opened our own, The Mug, in Greenfield, where we’ve got a cheeseburger.
It was like having an experience in a foreign country. Of the food we ate on that trip, it was the most forward thinking.
Paul was part of the beginning of the cerebral chef. I was so used to chefs who could tell me what was in a dish. I wasn’t surprised he went on to open other restaurants.
Chefs help us with supply issues, often making their menu around the cuts our customers don’t want.
But chefs have to be creative and flexible enough not to demand the pork chops and beef tenderloin we need for our delivery business.
It was a beautiful day, the light was beautiful, it was a nice setting, the staff cared so much.