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For chefs, it's camaraderie, not competition

Dante de Magistris (right) talks with fellow chef Rodney Murillo of Avila during a dinner party at de Magistris's home. Dante de Magistris (right) talks with fellow chef Rodney Murillo of Avila during a dinner party at de Magistris's home. (Dina Rudick/Globe Staff)
By Bridget Samburg
Globe Correspondent / April 22, 2009

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CAMBRIDGE - Dante de Magistris, chef at Dante in Cambridge, is waiting for a pan of oil to heat. Marc Orfaly, a colleague from Pigalle in the Theatre District, is working on stuffed grape leaves and offering tastes of pickled ramps. Evan Deluty, of the restaurant Stella in the South End, is fiddling with chicken Milanese before it goes into ... (Full article: 616 words)

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