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When Worlds Collide at 44 Mills

My husband and I met about eighteen years ago when we were in college together.  We both worked in restaurants and once we began dating we even worked together.  He spent his days BOH, or Back Of House, cooking anything from sauces and soups to  hand cut steaks and ribs.  I spent my nights FOH, or Front Of House, mixing cocktails at the bar and serving guests.  We were both good at our jobs and found pride in our work.  We learned a lot about how restaurants operate, about what guests expect, and eventually we learned that food would forever remain a big part of our lives. When we finally got married in 2007, we grabbed a flight to Las Vegas and set out on a culinary journey that we would never forget.  Enjoying the iconic Las Vegas buffet,  snails from the top of the Eiffel Tower Restaurant and fresh American dishes from Wolfgang Puck helped us to see what food could and should be.  Above all I think, we learned that great food doesn't have to come from a really fancy restaurant.