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Topic - Gabrielle Hamilton
The foul-mouthed, self-proclaimed wild girls of the food world are making no apologies for their success.
Gabrielle Hamilton is fierce, passionate, straightforward; she is a romantic and a realist. She is a talented chef and writer.
It's the fact that they are not getting recognized in the same way as men," said Hamilton, author of the brash food world memoir "Blood, Bones & Butter" and owner of Prune restaurant in New York. "They are not in executive chef positions. They don't get funding for restaurants."