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Making the meal a feast for the eyes

When the food is the star, it gets a stylist

Celebrity chefs (above, from left) Rick Bayless, Ruth Reichl, Ming Tsai, and Lidia Bastianich on the ''Moveable Feast'' set. The writer, a food stylist, is below right, with chef Jose Andres. Celebrity chefs (above, from left) Rick Bayless, Ruth Reichl, Ming Tsai, and Lidia Bastianich on the ''Moveable Feast'' set. The writer, a food stylist, is below right, with chef Jose Andres. (Photos by Andy Ryan)
By Denise Drower Swidey
Globe Correspondent / March 25, 2009

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MILFORD - In a kitchen showroom serving as a makeshift TV studio, the production team is itching to get the progressive dinner party started. Meanwhile, off the set, Lidia Bastianich is garnishing her pasta dish, which we prepped for her earlier, and Rick Bayless is talking us through his enchiladas. Four salt-encased pork loins are about to go into the ... (Full article: 808 words)

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