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A chef for seasons good and bad

By Susan Chaityn Lebovits
January 25, 2009

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Raymond Ost began his professional cooking career at the age of 13 in Alsace, France, when he chose a full-time apprenticeship over school. As a chef with Le Meridien Hotels for two decades, Ost has created culinary masterpieces from Martinique to Kuwait. Since 1996 the Maynard resident has owned and operated Sandrine's Bistro in Harvard Square. (Full article: 1093 words)

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