In early 2009, B.J. Lofback lay sprawled out on his couch hungrily trolling the Internet at 6am for anything he could find about Asian food. A Nashville-based closet cook who'd ditched the food world to make a living in manufacturing -- which he ditched to make a better living in Internet marketing -- Lofback's respite was "always cooking.Read whole article via www.thrillist.com
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