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From the outside, Humm's accomplishments at Eleven Madison Park may seem to have been written in the stars, but the reality is that his early years in the kitchen were nightmarishly touch and go.
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TOUCH-AND-GO Defined for English Language Learners
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Definition of touch and go for English Language Learners
—used to describe a situation in which no one is sure what will happen and there is a chance that the result will be bad
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