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Baltimore chef brings out the flavor

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Executive chef Brett Lockard, of the Blue Hill Tavern in Baltimore, whips up the restaurant’s seared scallops appetizer dish. The 29-year-old chef looks at hundreds of plates every night, and makes sure every dish is well-garnished before it is served.