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If you’ve ever watched one of Chef Gordon Ramsay’s TV shows, you may have a sense of how much work and coordination goes into delivering food to patrons—at the appropriate temperature, cooked to the proper specifications, and presented on time. When something goes wrong in the kitchen, it can lead to a cascade of problems that might start with one dish and end up with a whole course being delayed or even ruined.

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