No one understands what's in and what's passe better than chefs. Often, they subtly nudge diners toward certain ingredients or food styles, and they are the ones who guard the health and happiness of those who eat out.
When Mao Chen first read the story of how two children ate magic marshmallows made of clouds and flew to deliver dinner for their father on a rainy day, the idea of linking sweets and fairy tales became an inspiration.
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