How a Master Chef Runs a Michelin-Starred Restaurant With a Constantly Changing Menu — Mise En Place

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At Michelin-starred NYC restaurant The Musket Room, chef Mary Attea draws on her own Lebanese heritage, as well as the ideas of other chefs in her kitchen, to make an inspired winter menu. Here we see her test out a mackerel with citrus vinaigrette, prawn-stuffed tortellini topped with lobster roe, and a play on barbecued pork in Middle Eastern spices.

Producer/Director: Daniel Geneen
Camera: Connor Reid, Michael Latchman
Editor: Michael Imhoff

Executive Producer: Stephen Pelletteri
Development Producer: McGraw Wolfman
Supervising Producer: Stefania Orrù
Associate Director of Audience: Terri Ciccone
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