Heinze and Langhorne Brace For Separation Anxiety

heinzeThe chef de cuisine switchover at McCrady’s may go unnoticed by diners, but promotee Daniel Heinze suggests it could be slightly traumatic for the two men involved.

“It’s going to be scary to be without each other,” says Heinze, 30, who next month takes over from Jeremiah Langhorne. “Jeremiah and I are very like-minded, but absolutely different people. We’re the yin and the yang.”

Although Heinze declined to reveal which chef identifies with which classical Chinese force, he described the six-year long collaboration in a way that recalls Lennon and McCartney’s songwriting partnership: “There are some things that have always been his, some things that have always been mine,” he says. But the end result was a coherent menu consistent with executive chef Sean Brock’s commitment to inventive presentations of locally-sourced ingredients and inspirations. Continue reading

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