The Young Hotshot 

Lodge on the Desert's Ryan Clark is Tucson's food-competition king—and he's only 27 years old.

A good executive chef is part creative genius, part stern task master, part school counselor and part savvy business person. While most executive chefs are not the Gordon Ramsay type, the job does require a certain attitude as well. With his boyish…

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