"Restaurant kitchens have never been palaces of political correctness or tact. ... Yet part of the romance of a restaurant experience is the mystery that precedes each dish's grand reveal. Perhaps social media has shown us that with fine dining meals, as with laws and sausages, we're just better off not seeing them being made." — Adam Liaw, from a column in The Wall Street Journal, arguing that chefs can be their own worst enemies on social media by disclosing too much about what happens behind the scenes at their restaurants.