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Elizabeth Karmel

Elizabeth Karmel

Elizabeth Karmel is the executive chef at Hill Country Barbecue, which has locations in New York City and Washington, D.C. She has contributed five recipes to the Plate database, ranging from spice rubs to gingerbread stout cake. As the maestro of our Chicken issue, she offered up her delicious beer can chicken recipe. She also took us behind her menu at Hill Country Chicken to reveal the secret to her classic chicken, her favorite beer on the menu and more. To read about all of our Menu Maestros in our 10th Anniversary Issue, click here to download the special edition and more from the iTunes store.

Steven Raichlen

Steven Raichlen

Pitmaster Steven Raichlen is still stoking the fire as host of grilling show Primal Grill 100, and recently published his first novel, Island Apart, in 2012. To read about all of our Menu Maestros in our 10th Anniversary Issue, click here to download the special edition and more from the iTunes store.

Chris Schlesinger

Chris Schlesinger

Chris Schlesinger sold Boston's East Coast Grill & Raw Bar earlier this year. Before leaving, though, he shared his recipe for coriander-rubbed grilled pork chop with Georgia peach relish for our Grilling issue. To read about all of our Menu Maestros in our 10th Anniversary Issue, click here to download the special edition and more from the iTunes store.

Paul Lynch

Paul Lynch

Minneapolis-based Chef Paul Lynch is no stranger to Plate, with 28 recipes in our database. As the maestro of our Smoke issue, he took us behind the menu of FireLake Grill House & Cocktail Bar in Minneapolis. To read about all of our Menu Maestros in our 10th Anniversary Issue, click here to download the special edition and more from the iTunes store.

Jason French

Jason French, photo by Cydney French

Chef Jason French of Ned Ludd in Portland, Ore., shared both the story behind the menu and the recipe for his whole stuffed trout with fennel, leeks, lemons and herbs for our Wood issue. (We hear he also has a very pretty market bike.) We even captured him in the kitchen for an exclusive video. To read about all of our Menu Maestros in our 10th Anniversary Issue, click here to download the special edition and more from the iTunes store.

Brad Farmerie

Brad Farmerie

Brad Farmerie of Public and Saxon + Parole in New York City and The Thomas in Napa has shared 17 recipes with Plate over the years, ranging from grilled kangaroo on herb falafel with tahini lemon sauce and green pepper apple relish to fried Coromandel oysters with shiso, sansho pepper and wasabi-yuzu dipping sauce, and served as the Menu Maestro of our Aussie/Kiwi issue. Click here to read his thoughts on the menu at Public—just be sure you don't ask him about the skeletons in his closet. Or, if you want to know how he got his customers to order items like kangaroo, check out Plate Editor Chandra Ram's exclusive exclusive video interview. To read about all of our Menu Maestros in our 10th Anniversary Issue, click here to download the special edition and more from the iTunes store.

George Mendes

Brad Farmerie, photo by Bobby Friedel

George Mendes of New York City's Aldea was the perfect fit for our Coastal Mediterranean issue, where he submitted a recipe for slowly-cooked tripe with braised chickpeas and tomatoes. In 2011 the chef was named a Food & Wine Best New Chef, and from 2009 through 2012, his restaurant recieved a Michelin star. To read about all of our Menu Maestros in our 10th Anniversary Issue, click here to download the special edition and more from the iTunes store.

Bill Kim

Bill Kim, photo Yasmin Cadiz

Chicago-based chef Bill Kim owns Belly Shack, Urban Belly and most recently, Belly Q, all casual eateries with Korean influences. He took us behind the menu of Belly Q, where the drinking vinegers and barbecue pork ribs take center stage, and patrons performing in the karaoke room aren't far behind. For our Korean issue, he gave us a recipe for quinoa ssäm with marinated chicken and Asian pear-fennel kimchi from Urban Belly, and we also captured him on video talking about his signature dishes, bottled sauces and more. To read about all of our Menu Maestros in our 10th Anniversary Issue, click here to download the special edition and more from the iTunes store.

Tim and Elizabeth Dahl

Tim and Elizabeth Dahl

Chefs Tim and Elizabeth Dahl have taken Madison, Wisc., by storm since opening Nostrano in 2010. The husband-wife team (maestro of the Whole Grains issue) graced Plate with their recipes for grilled quail, garlic sausage, bulgur, scarlet carrots and blueberry agrodolce and milk chocolate cremeux, malted barley pizzelle, brandied cherries and lambic gelato and pappardelle with lamb ragu, and Elizabeth took us behind her pastry menu to reveal the dish that she learned from her Sicilian nona and more. To read about all of our Menu Maestros in our 10th Anniversary Issue, click here to download the special edition and more from the iTunes store.

Adam Seger

Adam Seger, photo Tuan Buli

Mixologist extraordianaire Adam Seger always has his muddler on the move, from creating cocktails for the Emmy Awards, to consulting at Chicago's Farmhouse restaurant. He was also recently tapped by iPic Movie Theaters to revamp their cocktail list, and even took us behind the silver-screen friendly menu. In between mixing up veggie-friendly cocktails like his snap-pea-irinha and his fruity pineapple-orange brûlée, we got him to reveal why he loves most about his pastry chef, his latest bitter concoction and more in this exclusive video interview. To read about all of our Menu Maestros in our 10th Anniversary Issue, click here to download the special edition and more from the iTunes store.

Pichet Ong

Pichet Ong

We've been sweet on Pastry Chef Pichet Ong since we featured in him in the Sweet & Savory issue of Plate. Well, wouldn't you be too if you had his recipes for an avocado milkshake, foie gras hazelnut napoleon, and more? Ong's latest venture is Sugar & Plumm in New York City, a bright and colorful bakery, chocolate shop and full-service restaurant. Pichet took us behind the menu, and told us all about it in our exclusive video interview. To read about all of our Menu Maestros in our 10th Anniversary Issue, click here to download the special edition and more from the iTunes store.

Roy Choi

Roy Choi, photo by Eric Shin

When self-declared "warrior and phantom" Roy Choi's Kogi BBQ truck hit the L.A. streets in 2008, lines formed around the block and twitter followers flocked. Choi was the maestro for our Snacks & Street Food issue, and while he wouldn't give us the recipe for his Korean BBQ tacos, he did let us in on his blackjack quesadillas, which are equally as delicious. He's since opened L.A. restaurants A-Frame and Sunny Spot, and is working on the book Spaghetti Junction:Riding Shotgun with an LA Chef, with Anthony Bourdain Books, and imprint of Ecco. This is one warrior to keep an eye on. To read about all of our Menu Maestros in our 10th Anniversary Issue, click here to download the special edition and more from the iTunes store.

Donald Link

Donald Link

We naturally tapped New Orleans-based chef Donald Link to be our maestro for the Cajun/Creole issue, mostly to get his smothered chicken recipe out of him, and also to hear tales of growing up in swamp country. Link owns two locations of Cochon (in New Orleans and Lafayette, La.), Cochon Butcher, Herbsaint and event space Calcasieu. He took us behind the menu of Herbsaint, pointing out where he sources his local delicacies, classic dishes and more. To read about all of our Menu Maestros in our 10th Anniversary Issue, click here to download the special edition and more from the iTunes store.

Scott Peacock

Scott Peacock

Bacon, lettuce and tomato are always a delicious trifecta, and when Scott Peacock put them together as a salad when he was chef of Watershed restaurant in Decatur, Ga., they reached a whole new level of divinity. Peacock has since left the industry to persue a career in documentary filmmaking, but we'll always remember him as the maestro of our Bacon issue. To read about all of our Menu Maestros in our 10th Anniversary Issue, click here to download the special edition and more from the iTunes store.

Frank Stitt

Frank Stitt

Southern gentleman and chef Frank Stitt was kind enough to offer up his roasted quail with apples and pecans recipe for our Southern issue, and recently updated us on everything he's been doing since he opened Highlands Bar & Grill in Birmingham, Ala. His first James Beard nomination came in 2008 (for Outstanding Chef), and continued from 2009 through 2012 for Outstanding Restaurant. He even took us behind the menu for more insight into his signature Southern flavors. To read about all of our Menu Maestros in our 10th Anniversary Issue, click here to download the special edition and more from the iTunes store.

Willie Mae Seaton

Wille Mae Seaton, photo by Pableaux Johnson

A recent visit to New Orleans had every local begging the Plate editors make a beeline to Willie Mae's Scotch House for the fried chicken. But we were already on our way there to try the gumbo featured in our Frying issue, where Seaton herself was featured as the menu maestro. In 2007, she was the subject of documentary, Above the Line: Saving Willie Mae's Scotch House, and her restaurant continues to go strong in NOLA. To read about all of our Menu Maestros in our 10th Anniversary Issue, click here to download the special edition and more from the iTunes store.

Dean Fearing

Dean Fearing

Chef Dean Fearing has been cooking up a storm in Dallas since the 1980s, and he's still going full speed ahead with Fearings, which just celebrated five years in business. For our Southwest issue, he offered up his recipe for chilled sweet corn vichyssoise with smoked Texas tomatoes, grilled salsify and summer Maine lobster and took us behind the menu of Fearings, complete with doodles and more. To read about all of our Menu Maestros in our 10th Anniversary Issue, click here to download the special edition and more from the iTunes store.

Allen Susser

Allen Susser

In 2011 Chef Allen Susser closed the 25-year-old Chef Allen's in Miami, but he's been going nonstop since, consulting at Jade Mountain in St. Lucia, Brooklyn Water Bagel Company and Brickell Bridge Bistro & Bar. He recently opened Chef Allen's 2 Go, Burger Bar by Chef Allen at the Ft. Lauderdale Aiport, and Books & Books Cafe, for which he took us behind the menu. But before all that, Susser was the maestro of our Fruits and Nuts issue, giving us his mahi mahi escabeche. Plate editor Chandra Ram caught up with Susser down in Miami to find out what else he's got up his chef coat. To read about all of our Menu Maestros in our 10th Anniversary Issue, click here to download the special edition and more from the iTunes store.

Cindy Hutson

Cindy Hutson

Every chef has favorite suppliers. For Cindy Hutson of Ortanique, that list includes her son's roommate. Our featured menu maestro of the Fish issue, Hutson took us behind her menu to reveal what dish would cause an exodus if she dared take if off her menu—and what other proteins go beautifully with her coffee and cocoa rub and other recipes. To read about all of our Menu Maestros in our 10th Anniversary Issue, click here to download the special edition and more from the iTunes store.

Charlie Trotter

Charlie Trotter, photo by Jeff Kauck

When Charlie Trotter announced he was closing his eponymous, James Beard Award winning Chicago restaurant after 25 years, diners came from near and far to experience the exquisite dining temple one last time. The maestro of our Soup & Salad issue, Trotter's dishes, like his black olive and mushroom-stuffed pork belly with caper berries and garlic chives were ever-changing and expertly executed. Trotter shuttered his doors in 2012, and announced plans to travel and attend graduate school. We'll definitely have our eyes on what he'll do next. To read about all of our Menu Maestros in our 10th Anniversary Issue, click here to download the special edition and more from the iTunes store.

Jasper White

Jasper White

Chef Jasper White and seafood have always been sympatico, so it was a no-brainer that he be the maestro of our Fish & Seafood issue. His James Beard Award-winning restaurant Summer Shack is still going strong with locations all over New England, and the chef recently became a partner in Georges Bank Seafood wholesalers, and was honered with a Leadership Award by the Culinary Institute of America. He offered up his recipe for grilled mackerel in a soy marinade, and found time between all his projects to take us behind the menu of Summer Shack. To read about all of our Menu Maestros in our 10th Anniversary Issue, click here to download the special edition and more from the iTunes store.

Susanna Foo

Susanna Foo

Star maestro of our Asian Issue, Susanna Foo's Szechuan beef tenderloin stew represented her style of timeless French techniques and Chinese flavors. In 2006, she opened Susanna Foo's Gourmet Kitchen in Radnor, Pa., and she closed Susanna Foo's Chinese Kitchen in 2009. To read about all of our Menu Maestros in our 10th Anniversary Issue, click here to download the special edition and more from the iTunes store.

Jean-Georges Vongerichten

Jean-Georges Vongerichten

Chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten is a true saucier, which is why he served as the maestro of our Sauce issue, leaving a recipe for tuna and chili tapioca with Asian pear in his wake. His ever-growing resume includes new restaurants in New York City, St. Barths, Shanghai, and Chicago, where he recently revamped the menu of the Pump Room in Public Hotel. We also caught up with him on camera, direct from the Pump Room, to find out what he does when he's not maintaining his dining empire and more. To read about all of our Menu Maestros in our 10th Anniversary Issue, click here to download the special edition and more from the iTunes store.

Suzette Gresham-Tognetti

Suzette Gresham-Tognetti

Acquerello's Chef/Owner Suzette Gresham-Tognetti was the menu maesto for Plate's premier pork issue, and the chef is still going strong at her San Francisco-based restaurant. Click here for her famous Calabrese pork ragu recipe, and find out more about the Italian delicacies behind her menu. To read about all of our Menu Maestros in our 10th Anniversary Issue, click here to download the special edition and more from the iTunes store.

Ina Pinkney

Ina Pinkney

Breakfast queen Ina Pinkney ruled our Brunch issue, giving us the recipes for her veggie hash, corn, Cheddar and black bean scrapple and more. We sat down with the morning diva at her eponynous Chicago breakfast/brunch spot in this exclusive video interview, and got her to reveal everything there is to know about her menu and more. To read about all of our Menu Maestros in our 10th Anniversary Issue, click here to download the special edition and more from the iTunes store.

Terrance Brennan

Terrance Brennan

Our Cheese issue wouldn't have been complete with fromagier Terrance Brennan, who offered up his recipe for raclette as the maestro. The James Beard-nominated chef still runs Artisanal in New York City, and is the author of Artisanal Cooking: A Chef Shares His Passion for Handcrafting Meals at Home (John Wiley & Sons, 2005). To read about all of our Menu Maestros in our 10th Anniversary Issue, click here to download the special edition and more from the iTunes store.

Jean-Claude Poilevey

Jean-Claude Poilevey

For almost 20 years, Chef/Owner Jean-Claude Poilevey has had his finger on the pulse of French bistro fare in Chicago with restaurants Le Bouchon in Bucktown and La Sardine in the West Loop. He was the maestro of our Bistro issue, where he gave up his recipe for rabbit with mustard and told us everything there is to know about bistro food. We recently got him on camera, where he opened up even more about the secrets of bistro fare, what it was like to meet Julia Child and why he prefers noisy tables. He even took us behind behind the menu of the ever-packed Le Bouchon. To read about all of our Menu Maestros in our 10th Anniversary Issue, click here to download the special edition and more from the iTunes store.

Nancy Silverton

Nancy Silverton

If any chef knows bread, it's La Brea Bakery Founder Nancy Silverton, who was our maestro for the Sandwich issue. She talked about her favorite panini machine, the sandwich ingredients she wants chefs to consider and more. Since the issue came out, Silverton was named to Macy's Culinary Council, opened six La Brea kiosks, opened Pizzera Mozza and Osteria Mozza in Los Angeles, and garnered a James Beard nomination in 2008. To read about all of our Menu Maestros in our 10th Anniversary Issue, click here to download the special edition and more from the iTunes store.

Rick Bayless

Rick Bayless

We almost needed another page to include the update to Chef/Author/TV host Rick Bayless's resume since he was our menu maestro of the Mexico issue. The Chef/Owner of Chicago's Frontera Grill and Topolopampo has since opened Xoco, two locations of Tortas Frontera and ran the kitchen of Red O in Los Angeles. In 2012 he was named Order of the Aztec Eagle, and starred in the Lookingglass Production of Rick Bayless in Cascabel, in Chicago. He was also noninated for an Emmy for Best Culinary Host. You'll find his achiote-seared shrimp with quick habanero pickled onions here, and by the time you read this, there will probably be a slew of new projects up his chef coat. To read about all of our Menu Maestros in our 10th Anniversary Issue, click here to download the special edition and more from the iTunes store.

Dominique Tougne

Dominque tougne

Chef Dominique Tougne is known for classic French bistro restaurants Bistro 110 (now shuttered) and Chez Moi in Chicago, but we tapped him for our Special Requests issue because of his personal devotion to food allergies. His nut-free dover sole "almadine" was one dish inspired by his own kids, who suffer from food allergies. Click here for our exclusive video with the Chicago chef, who also took us behind the menu his of new restaurant, Chez Moi. To read about all of our Menu Maestros in our 10th Anniversary Issue, click here to download the special edition and more from the iTunes store.

Annie Somerville

Annie Somerville

Just watching this video interview with Plate's Editor Chandra Ram and Chef Annie Somerville of Greens in San Francisco makes us want to load up with goodies at the nearest farmer's market. It's no wonder she was the menu maestro of our Vegetable issue, expecially considering the freshness and seasonality of her menu, and recipes like rosemary crêpes with goat cheese and wilted greens. To read about all of our Menu Maestros in our 10th Anniversary Issue, click here to download the special edition and more from the iTunes store.

Ari Weinzweig

Ari Weinzweig

"Deli Lama" Ari Weinzweig, Founder of Zingerman's in Ann Arbor, Mich., gave us his recipe for Kelly's ménage a turkey for our Sandwich issue, a classic combo of farm bread, mustard, smoked turkey, cheese and olive oil. The Zingerman's empire (which includes a deli, bakehouse, creamery, coffee roaster and more) continues to grow, and Weinzweig himself recently published A Lapsed Anarachist's Approach to Being A Better Leader, Part 2 (Zingerman's Press, 2012). Click here to see what else he had to say about his menu. To read about all of our Menu Maestros in our 10th Anniversary Issue, click here to download the special edition and more from the iTunes store.

Faz Poursohi

Faz Poursohi

Since serving as menu maestro of our Middle Eastern issue, Chef Faz Poursohi has been on a roll, opening multiple locations of his eponymous restaurants in Palo Alto and Oakland, Calif. A melding of Persian, Middle Eastern and Mediterranean flavors occurs in his recipe for pan-seared duck with pomegranate sauce and butternut squash, and he even took us behind the menu of Faz to reveal more about the origins of his dishes. To read about all of our Menu Maestros in our 10th Anniversary Issue, click here to download the special edition and more from the iTunes store.

Michael Laiskonis

Michael Laiskonis

Even though he left the kitchen of New York City's Le Bernardin in January of 2012, pastry chef Michael Laiskonis is still passionate about desserts. The menu maestro of our ChocolateiIssue, we're still drooling over this mille feuille with dark chocolate, milk chocolate biscuit, praline feuilletine, peanut caramel and milk chocolate cream. He's now the creative director at New York City's Institute of Culinary Education, and in this exclusive video interview, he reveals to Plate Editor Chandra Ram what he loves most about teaching, finding balance and more. To read about all of our Menu Maestros in our 10th Anniversary Issue, click here to download the special edition and more from the iTunes store.

Floyd Cardoz

Floyd Cardoz

Chef Floyd Cardoz has a special place in his heart for grilling, mostly because it reminds him of cooking in India when he was young. As the menu maestro of our India issue, Cardoz was the chef of New York City's Tabla, but now owns North End Grill and offers Indian cuisine to customers with Fresh Direct. Plate editor Chandra Ram chatted with Cardoz from North End Grill about his sprouted bean chaat, what he's done since Tabla and more in in this exclusive video. He even delved into the depths of the depths of the menu at North End Grill, where almost everything is grilled over charcoal or wood. To read about all of our Menu Maestros in our 10th Anniversary Issue, click here to download the special edition and more from the iTunes store.

Charles Phan

Charles Phan

Chef Charles Phan opened The Slanted Door in 1995, and the San Francisco restaurant is still perpetually packed. Phan also now flaunts three locations of Out the Door, and also owns Heaven's Dog, Wo Hing General Store and The Moss Room, all in San Francisco. As the menu maestro of our Noodles Issue, it was only natural that he offer up his recipe for lemon grass pork vermicelli. To read about all of our Menu Maestros in our 10th Anniversary Issue, click here to download the special edition and more from the iTunes store.

Gunnar Gíslasin

Gunnar Gíslasin

Our Northern European Issue had us chatting with chefs who forage around their restaurants in search of indigenous ingredients, giving a whole new meaning to the word locavore. Gunnar Gíslasin of Dill in Reykjavik, Iceland, is one of them, and his recipe for bacalao tartare with angelica mayonnaise and pickled dill stems shows off these very local gems. He's currently working on a book with Plate contributor Jody Eddy called Dill, The New Nordic Cuisine of Iceland (Ten Speed Press, 2014), and took us behind the hyper-seasonal menu at Dill. To read about all of our Menu Maestros in our 10th Anniversary Issue, click here to download the special edition and more from the iTunes store.

Michael Psilakis

Michael Psilakis

Chef/Owner Michael Psilakis of New York City's Fish Tag, Kefi and most recently MP Taverna in Roslyn and Irvington, N.Y. has made it his mission to express the evolution of Greek cuisine in his cooking. In this exclusive video, the maestro of our Greek issue talks about the restaurant where he did his most "cerebal" cooking, the essential layers of seasoning and spices in Greek cuisines and more. He even took us behind the mezedes and more on the menu of MP Taverna, and offered up his open goat moussaka recipe. To read about all of our Menu Maestros in our 10th Anniversary Issue, click here to download the special edition and more from the iTunes store.

David Myers

David Myers, photo Fran Collin

When we featured Chef David Myers in our Citrus issue, he appropriately gushed about the virtues of sudachi, yuzu, Meyer lemons, blood oranges, calamansi and offered up his recipe for hamachi with edamame purée, spicy grapefruit and watermelon salad. With Los Angeles restaurants, Sona, Boule and Comme Ça under his belt, his most recent endeavors have taken him to Japan to open two locations of Sola and a David Myers Cafe. He also opened another location of Comme Ça at The Cosmopolitan Hotel in Las Vegas, and will open a Silk Road-inspired concept in Los Angeles in December of 2012. To read about all of our Menu Maestros in our 10th Anniversary Issue, click here to download the special edition and more from the iTunes store.

Tyson Cole

Tyson Cole, photo Brett Buchanan

Chef Tyson Cole has left his mark on Austin, Texas, with his restaurants Uchi and Uchiko. In 2011 he was named Best Chef Southwest by the James Beard Foundation, and plans to open a Dallas location of Uchi in 2013. His tuna and goat cheese sashimi recipe from our Japan issue demostrates how the chef melds traditional Japanese ingredients with items found in the American pantry. Click here to check out a summer menu from Uchiko, complete with commentary from Cole. To read about all of our Menu Maestros in our 10th Anniversary Issue, click here to download the special edition and more from the iTunes store.

Jeffrey Morgenthaler

Jeffrey Morgenthaler, photo Annabelle Garcia

Clyde Common's head bartender Jeffrey Morgenthaler is into barrel-aging cocktails, showing us his secret back room and other hidden secrets caught on film in this exclusive video shot a his Portland-,Ore.,-restaurant. For our Beverage issue, he gave us his recipes for the Norwegian wood and the barrel-aged negroni, and took us behind the menu at Clyde. To read about all of our Menu Maestros in our 10th Anniversary Issue, click here to download the special edition and more from the iTunes store.

Richard Chen

Richard Chen

Since being the menu maestro for our China issue, Chef Richard Chen has left the glitz and glamour of Vegas's Wing Lei at Wynn Las Vegas, to open his own Japanese restaurant, Kushi Yama in 2011. The Amarillo, Texas,-based restaurant is all about yakitori and sushi, but we'll never forget his recipes for Peking duck salad and yangzhou egg white jasmine fried rice with shrimp served at the Michelin-star rated Wing Lei. To read about all of our Menu Maestros in our 10th Anniversary Issue, click here to download the special edition and more from the iTunes store.

Rodelio Aglibot

Rodelio Aglibot

The Southeast Asian issue couldn't have been complete without Chicago-based "Food Buddha" Rodelio Aglibot's words of wisdom, million-dollar smile and recipe for Indo corn fritters. He's long left Sunda, and is now consulting on projects around the country, but we caught up with him in Chicago where he told us the most important thing he looks for in a chef and more in this exclusive video interview. To read about all of our Menu Maestros in our 10th Anniversary Issue, click here to download the special edition and more from the iTunes store.

Pamela Fitzpatrick

Pamela Fitzpatrick

Pastry chef Pamela Fitzpatrick's career took her from ad executive to artist before she finally found her passion for baking. She served as founder/executive baker of Chicago's Fox & Obel for 12 years, before recently joining the team of Lettuce Entertain You Enterprises, Inc. as Corporate Pastry Chef. Her old world bread was just one of her upper-crust creations at Fox, watch this exclusive video to find out everything she's been up to since. To read about all of our Menu Maestros in our 10th Anniversary Issue, click here to download the special edition and more from the iTunes store.

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