I met chef Gorbal on my last vacation where I spent a few days in Las Vegas with my family.MORE The Buffet at Luxor had the best food I had tasted in a while and the Lava Chocolate Cake won my heart and my taste buds!As a matter of fact it was because of this appealing dessert, which I frankly self-indulged in until my toes curled up, that I had the priviledge of meeting Chef Gorball.You see, we had arrived a little early at the restaurant and the Lava Chocolate Cake was not due to make its luscious appearance for another couple of hours and to my dissapointment, I pouted... as the Executive Chef himself walks out of the kitchen.I quickly greeted him and asked when would the tasty treat be served and he, with that bright smile you see above, asked me to stand by as he checked.With high expectations, I and my 4 year old returned to our table and a few minutes later here he comes, with a special delivery. Yes indeed! (...and they say the Luxor has the worlds brightest beam... Well, okay... but I was beaming!)He explained the dessert was actually not ready to be served but he was able to get us a serving.This was my encounter with Chef Gorball a down to earth and pleasant man whose passion for the culinary world started at the age of eleven as a Boy Scout.In 1980 by the age of sixteen, he had already gained extensive experience in small hotel and casino kitchens and by the age of nineteen he was the Chef of a 125 seat steakhouse where he was responsible for making homemade soups, baking bread, butchering beef, pork and poultry items for the restaurants menu.
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