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David Guerrero's Life

In a lengthy profile, Houston Press critic Katharine Shilcutt takes a long life at the life of chef Davud Guerrero. A brain tumor caused a stroke that left Guerrero without a sense of taste, and it will ultimately end his life. In the meantime, Guerrero's working 70 or more hours a week to make his Peruvian restaurant Alma a success before turning to Evo, an ambitious, tasting-menu concept. [Houston Press]

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