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Anne Rosenzweig Is Fine With Being Forgotten

The chef, a culinary star from the 1980s through the early aughts, blazed a trail for American women in restaurant kitchens. But she’s shy about admitting her legacy, even if others aren’t

Chef Anne Rosenzweig attends the Fifth Annual American Chefs` Tribute to James Beard to Benefit Meals-on-Wheels on June 5, 1989 at Rockefeller Plaza in New York City. Photo: Ron Galella/WireImage




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Mayukh Sen

Mayukh Sen

Mayukh Sen is a writer in New York. He has won James Beard and IACP Awards for his work. His first book will be published by W.W. Norton & Company in Fall 2021.

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