GOOD ENOUGH TO EAT: MY LIFE IN TABLETOP

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David Segal’s fascinating report in the Times on “tabletop” directors—those who specialize in closeup beauty shots of food for TV commercials—brought back a flood of memories. My first job after college, from 1980 to 1982, was as a production assistant to the tabletop pioneer Elbert Budin, whose innovations Segal discussesEnter a caption
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