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House dressing

Chefs work hard to express themselves with what they wear as they tailor-make your food

Dean St. Pierre (left) and Glenn Mayers of Glenn's in Newburyport. Dean St. Pierre (left) and Glenn Mayers of Glenn's in Newburyport. (Pat Greenhouse/Globe Staff)
By Bridget Samburg
Globe Correspondent / July 22, 2009

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Nantucket chef Angela Raynor remembers a time when wearing jeans into the kitchen was a sure way to ruin your career. And tucking the top of her toque - her tall chef’s hat - into its band to make the hat less dowdy was considered testing the limits of the senior kitchen staff. (Full article: 1422 words)

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