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    Duck Fat server Kirsten McGurn has a Scooby Doo-inspired tattoo sleeve on her bicep.

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    Piccolo restaurant server Kelly Nelson has a squid tattoo on her bicep and shoulder, which extends down to her wrist in Portland. "I've always been a Cephalopod enthusiast," Nelson says.

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    Piccolo restaurant server Kelly Nelson has a squid tattoo on her bicep and shoulder, which extends down to her wrist. "I've always been a Cephalopod enthusiast," Nelson says.

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    Sous chef Dustin Shockley holds one of his cooking knives at Boone's in Portland. Shockley has the insignia of the World War II nuclear submarine his grandfather served on, as well as his grandmother's favorite flowers, tattooed on his forearm.

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    Josh Craigue stands outside Salvage BBQ in Portland. Craigue has the element name for salt tattooed on his palm.

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    Salvage BBQ's Head chef Josh Craigue has NaCl, the chemical element name of table salt, tattooed onto his palm in Portland. Craigue said the tattoo symbolizes his cooking background, and the importance of salt in most seasoning.

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    Chef Bryan Dame in the kitchen of Gather in Yarmouth. Dame has garlic, snap peas and carrots tattooed on his shoulder and bicep, in honor of the farm of his grandparents in Rhode Island.

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    Head chef Nic Saindon holds a lobster at Boone's Fish House Room in Portland.

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    Sous chef Dustin Shockley at Boone's in Portland. Shockley has the insignia of the World War II nuclear submarine his grandfather served on, as well as his grandmother's favorite flowers tattooed on his forearm.

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    Head chef Nic Saindon at Boone's Fish House Room in Portland.

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    Duck Fat employee Claude Priester got many of his tattoos during "tattoo parties" in Portland around 10 years ago in Portland.

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    Front of House manager Brad DiBenedetto works at Duck Fat in Portland. "I've been fascinated with gravestone iconography, especially in New England," DiBenedetto says.

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    Duck Fat employee Christopher Coyne has a phoenix tattooed on his bicep and forearm, which symbolizes the city of Portland.

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    Boone's cook Dan Hebein holds a fish on the balcony of the restaurant in Portland. Hebein has multiple tattoos, and on his forearm the Social Distortion logo, with a knife in the skeleton's hand for his cooking background.

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