Chef vacations are a mix of work and recharging

09/1/2010 | Chicago Sun-Times (free registration)

Chefs find it hard to leave the kitchen completely behind when they head off for summer vacation, but the breaks are still essential for many who find summer trips a time to recharge and find new inspiration, according to this article. Whether it's four days at a turkey farm or four weeks spent learning the kitchen secrets as an apprentice at Noma, the Copenhagen eatery dubbed the world's best restaurant, chefs never completely check out.

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