Posted by Victor Fiorillo on April 3rd, 2012
The New York Times loves his Federal Donuts, Craig LaBan just upgraded his Israeli spot Zahav to four bells, and he’s expanding to the Main Line this summer with kosher restaurant Citron and Rose. But what the 32-year-old Israeli-born, Pittsburgh-raised master chef wants to talk about is McNuggets, origami and “Radar Love.”
My name is … Michael Solomonov. It’s Russian. My great-great-grandparents had the name Bachar. They lived in Bulgaria, and at one point, when the Ottomans were oppressing, the Bulgarians revolted and the Russians helped them. They all took Russian last names.
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