Unconventional chef releases first memoir

01/7/2013 | Wall Street Journal, The

Attorney turned comedian turned chef Eddie Huang recently released his first book, highlighting his rise from culinary no-name to owner of New York hot spot Baohaus. The tiny pork-bun shop has caused quite a stir in the restaurant industry with Huang's unconventional climb to the top. "People in the industry don't like me because they want you to feel like there's one way to do things: Work for 10 years, learn the rules, put your head down, sweat," Huang says. "People want you to pay your dues, and I was like: 'No. My concept is good.'"

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