I just had to pull this graph out:
“John has mastered the art of accentuating the quality of the main ingredient through perfect cooking technique and allowing the combination of supporting flavors to raise the overall experience to a level of perfect harmony,” said Rick Moonen, chef and owner of rm restaurant. “I am confident that this challenge will allow him to rise to be recognized as one of the finest chefs in the world.”
Moonen let the one of the finest chefs in the world go? (Rod, insert something about a buyout here.) Tesar may be gifted but his resume suggests he’s a peripatetic soul.