On the ongoing dish series, “CBS This Morning: Saturday” is catching up with an old face in a new place. Chef Alfred Portale has spent nearly four decades in the culinary sphere. A pioneer in the “new American” food movement, with multiple James Beard awards, a Michelin star, unprecedented reviews and three best-selling cookbooks, Portale has little to prove. However, that didn’t stop him from leaving the iconic New York restaurant he helped build to open a place of his own. He and Dana Jacobson reflect on the chef’s years-long career.
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