The One Dish That Makes Celebrity Chefs Feel #LIKEABOSS - Rachael Ray Every Day

Our March 2018 Cover Stars Reveal What Makes Them Feel #LIKEABOSS

For one chef it's the head bob of a happy customer; for another it's osso bucco.
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leah cohen, missy robbins, jody williams, rita sodi and anne burrell

From left: Rita Sodi, Jody Williams, Leah Cohen, Anne Burrell, and Missy Robbins

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Anne Burrell

Food Network personality and chef and co-owner of Phil & Anne’s Good Time Lounge in Brooklyn

Anne Burrell

"Chefs work for the head bob, when you see people take a bite and then bob their heads in satisfaction. When I make people do that, I feel like a boss." –Anne Burrell

Missy Robbins

Chef-owner of Lilia in Brooklyn

Missy Robbins

"Osso bucco. It’s long and it’s slow. You feel so satisfied when you’re done and you’ve nailed it." –Missy Robbins

Rita Sodi

Chef-owner of I Sodi and co-chef and co-owner of Via Carota, both in New York City

Rita Sodi

"When I can taste my childhood in my cooking: my family, my mother, and where I grew up." –Rita Sodi

Jody Williams

Chef-owner of Buvette and co-chef and co-owner of Via Carota, both in New York City

Jody Williams

"How about cooking 700 brunches and dinners in a day? Now that’s boss!" –Jody Williams

Leah Cohen

Chef-owner of Pig & Khao in New York City and Piggyback Bar in Jersey City, NJ

Leah Cohen

"Making this dish called sisig. I traveled all the way to the Philippines to learn how to make it from my dad’s best friend. You start with a whole pig’s head and break it down. It takes three days. You braise it, grill it, and then chop it up. It gets served in a sizzling skillet with a raw egg in the middle." –Leah Cohen

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