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Old 02-13-2013, 12:58 PM   #5
915bimmer
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Join Date: Feb 2010
Location: El Paso/Austin
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Originally Posted by klubeck View Post
My buddy went after HS. Got in and went to Johnson and Wales in Denver. He'd been doing culinary stuff leading up all the way through HS, held a few positions in local restaurants and what not. Don't have much more to add to it than that, he really seemed to enjoy his time and has continued after graduation. He worked in the school while attending however said it wasn't what he figured so found outside positions.

Ever since HS and now whenever we talk we still have a wild idea to go and start a food truck somewhere warm. That market has really picked up and I think it could be a blast


Austin is a mecca for mobile food and I love it. Seriously, some of the best and more creative food comes from these trucks. Paul Qui who won Top Chef 2 years ago has a few brick and mortar spots and also operates a mobile business that sell the best pork belly sliders ever....
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