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St. Paul culinary landmark shuffles chefs

Owners of the 76-year-old Lexington restaurant say the change was amicable between previous chef Michael Harper and ownership. Harper says it wasn't and that it was "probably the worst job I've had in my entire career."
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Owners of the 76-year-old Lexington restaurant say the change was amicable between previous chef Michael Harper and ownership. Harper says it wasn't and that it was "probably the worst job I've had in my entire career."

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