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Reader: I'd like to see fewer chefs who are pricks in 2012

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For our Year in Review issue, we rounded up all the answers that Chef and Tell subjects had given when asked what they'd like to see less of in Denver/Boulder from a culinary standpoint:?

The recap inspired this from Dave:

I wish for less chefs to come off as total pricks in these interviews.

Specifically?

Says Andd 1:

Theo from the Pinyon and Justin Cucci should get an apartment together. Can you imagine how responsible those two could get with their food sourcing if they combined into one mega douche-force? I can't....I can't even fathom how responsible they could get.

Responds Jenn:

C'mon guys--Justin Cucci is funny as hell, and his was my favorite interview of the year.

Next week, we'll post the chefs' answers to what they'd like to see appear in Denver in the new year. In the meantime, read the list of things they'd like to kiss goodbye here and here.

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