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Wednesday, March 07, 2007

Rising Star Chefs

Today's Food Section of the San Francisco Chronicle has written its annual article on the best new young chefs in town. It lists 5 people who it says is the youngest group in 15 years. The oldest is 28, 3 are 27 years old, and one is 24.

27 1/2 years designates the return of the Progressed Moon to its own spot. The interpretations for Progressed Moon talk a lot about developing emotional maturity of some sort. I don't see why it wouldn't be a great Return for a Chef as the Moon rules food and cooking. Of course, the Progressed Moon Return comes right before the Saturn Return which happens around 28-29 years and can mark a milestone in career endeavors. Can't come up with these guys' Moon Signs, didn't even try. But looked back at the Stars in 1979-1980. Jupiter and Saturn were both in Virgo and joined by a long visit of Mars around the end of 79 and beginning of 1980. The article says that most of them knew from an early age that they wanted to be chefs and attributes their early rise to their perfectionism. That would certainly be a Virgo trait combined into Jupiter-Saturn ambition.

Here's a list of the recipes that each contributed. The titles sound extremely Virgonian to me. The dishes sound very complex, including all the ingredients in the title (details), but in the pictures the dishes look very simple & plain. Melted Leeks in Ash? The soup actually looks like plain potato. Reminds me of a Virgo I used to know who would go to Baskin Robbins 31 flavors and order Vanilla. It had to be French Vanilla, but it was so damn plain. Oh, blab, blab, blab. Here's the list:

Octopus & Ceci Bean Zuppa with Escarole
Leek & Potato Soup with Melted Leeks in Ash & Marcona Almonds
Maple Walnut Tart with Banana Cream
Dungeness Garlic Crab Butter Noodles

This is from the Baby of the Crowd, Age 24 (Jupiter Return):

Braised Pork Shoulder with Umbrian Farro, Spinach, Toasted Hazelnuts & Amarena Cherries.

I guess a Rump Roast would be more appropriate for a Jupiter Return.



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