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The Dish: Restaurateur Carl Sobocinski

Born and raised in New Hampshire, Carl Sobocinski first headed south to attend college at Clemson University to study architecture. But he soon realized his true passion was hospitality. In the mid-90s, he took a leap of faith and opened his first restaurant, The 858 in Greenville, South Carolina. That one venue launched his Table 301 Restaurant Group, now with 10 signature restaurants covering a wide range of cuisines from Soby's New South to Passarelle French Bistro to Jianna's Modern Italian. Sobocinski joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss his culinary journey.

The Dish: Chef Andy Little

Andy Little grew up in Pennsylvania Dutch country where he savored the produce of local farms. After first aiming for a career in classical music, he started supporting himself with restaurant work and grew inspired to become a chef. He headed off to the prestigious Culinary Institute of America and started his career. Five years ago, he became executive chef and partner at Josephine in Nashville where Pennsylvania Dutch and southern hospitality meld together for a unique and much-honored cuisine.

The Dish: Chef Miguel Trinidad

Miguel Trinidad started working in the hospitality industry as a delivery boy but found his way into the kitchen, and went on to culinary school and jobs as an executive chef. Then he met Nicole Ponseca, a Filipino native, and on a backpacking trip through her homeland, fell for its multicultural cuisine. They went on to open two critically acclaimed restaurants, Maharlika and Jeepney. Last year, they published "I Am A Filipino" named one of 2018's best cookbooks by the New York Times and other publications. He joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss his culinary journey.

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