Philip Hanes
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Philip is a regular contributor of written and video material for Food Tank as well as a professional chef. He has worked for Le Bec Fin, DB Bistro Moderne, Lasserre, Le Bernardin, and Marriott International. Philip has a BFA from New York University in Film and Anthropology and a degree from the Ecole Grégoire-Ferrandi in classic French cuisine.

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