Comfort is so important to "Iron Chef's" Masaharu Morimoto that he can hardly stop talking about the futuristic toilets -- complete with self-warming seats -- in his New York City eatery. In the end, however, it is cooking that matters most to the master. "People want me to be a celebrity, but it makes me uncomfortable," he said. "I'm not a rock star. I'm a chef. This is my life business. My place is behind, in the kitchen."
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