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An upcoming chef from Boston wants to unite people through creating cultured culinary experiences. But does he pull that off when he cooks for Compton duo Trap Kitchen and Food Network champion Chef Ameera? Afterward, our guests break down what it’s really like to cater for celebs and how they used Instagram marketing to find success in the challenging food industry.

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