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HoustonClarification

In "Chefs Rule" (by Brian McManus, July 7), there was a sentence that apparently confused some readers. For the record: As we said, Jason Kerr was a sous-chef for T'afia's Monica Pope. But he did not work for her at T'afia; he worked for her at Boulevard Bistrot.

And when our story relayed the incident wherein Kerr had a jar of truffles thrown at him, the proximity of that vignette to a mention of his former employer (Pope) in no way meant that it was she who'd done the throwing. In fact, it was a different person entirely. Unnamed.

The Press regrets all the reading between the lines that led to some totally erroneous conclusions -- and some interesting dinner conversation at T'afia following publication.

Correction

During the editing process of "Chefs Rule" (by Brian McManus, July 7), a statement was mistakenly attributed to the wrong person. It was chef Jared Hunter who said, "That guy was crazy. He used to stop cuts from bleeding by searing himself on white-hot pans."

The Press regrets the error.

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