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Original post made on Aug 5, 2013

Whether he's experimenting in his kitchen at home or teaching DIY charcuterie lessons at Hidden Villa, chef Quentin Levy proves that getting closer to your food doesn't have to be like watching sausage being made, even when that's exactly what it is.

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