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Culinary School Stories is a podcast with engaging interviews that shares the stories of people from around the world that have an association with a culinary school in some way. Every week we bring you the best stories from people around the food service world whose lives have been influenced, impacted, touched and/or enriched, for good or for bad, from their culinary school experience. And this Podcast is dedicated to telling their story!

From current students and alumni to faculty and administrators, this interview-style podcast allows for longer, more in-depth, open discussions about issues, stories and tales surrounding culinary school. We hope you will listen in and learn what each of our guests has to say as we talk to them about their relationship to culinary school, as well as their journey, the people who helped them, and their goals and dreams for the future. Join us as we ask and discover, “What’s your culinary school story?”

NOTE: This podcast does not endorse the statements made by its guests; views expressed on this podcast are the opinions of the guests only.

*SPONSORSHIP/ SUPPORT:* If you like the show, or this episode, why not show your support by buying us a cup or two of coffee to help defray some of the out-of-pocket expenses? You can do so easily by going to: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/chefroche or through *Patreon* at: https://www.patreon.com/DrProfessorChef

We truly appreciate any help or support you provide! If you contribute just the price of a cup of coffee a week, you will be helping to support the hosting, purchasing, creation and production of our episodes and shows that we produce and give away for free.

Companies & Businesses interested in advertising or sponsoring the podcast, please contact us at: *FoodMediaNetwork@gmail.com* ( FoodMediaNetwork@gmail.com )

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Culinary School Stories Dr. Colin Roche, PhD, MBA, CEC, CCE, FMP, CHE

    • Society & Culture
    • 4.9 • 21 Ratings

Culinary School Stories is a podcast with engaging interviews that shares the stories of people from around the world that have an association with a culinary school in some way. Every week we bring you the best stories from people around the food service world whose lives have been influenced, impacted, touched and/or enriched, for good or for bad, from their culinary school experience. And this Podcast is dedicated to telling their story!

From current students and alumni to faculty and administrators, this interview-style podcast allows for longer, more in-depth, open discussions about issues, stories and tales surrounding culinary school. We hope you will listen in and learn what each of our guests has to say as we talk to them about their relationship to culinary school, as well as their journey, the people who helped them, and their goals and dreams for the future. Join us as we ask and discover, “What’s your culinary school story?”

NOTE: This podcast does not endorse the statements made by its guests; views expressed on this podcast are the opinions of the guests only.

*SPONSORSHIP/ SUPPORT:* If you like the show, or this episode, why not show your support by buying us a cup or two of coffee to help defray some of the out-of-pocket expenses? You can do so easily by going to: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/chefroche or through *Patreon* at: https://www.patreon.com/DrProfessorChef

We truly appreciate any help or support you provide! If you contribute just the price of a cup of coffee a week, you will be helping to support the hosting, purchasing, creation and production of our episodes and shows that we produce and give away for free.

Companies & Businesses interested in advertising or sponsoring the podcast, please contact us at: *FoodMediaNetwork@gmail.com* ( FoodMediaNetwork@gmail.com )

*RATINGS / REVIEW:* If you enjoy this episode or the podcast overall, please consider leaving a short review and ratings on Apple Podcasts if you have an iPhone or iPad. It takes less than 30 seconds, and it really makes a difference in spreading the word and helping us to get new listeners, guests, and sponsors!

*RESOURCES:*

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*Culinary School Stories Podcast Website -* http://www.culinaryschoolstories.com ( http://www.culinaryschoolstories.com/ )

*Chef Educator Podcast Website -* http://www.chefeducator.com ( http://www.chefeducator.com/ )

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    Story #060 - Aran Goldstein

    Story #060 - Aran Goldstein

    Chef Aran Goldstein is both a teacher and an entrepreneur who is dedicated towards building skills and intuition around food and cooking for his students and clients so they can live the life they want.
    Aran graduated from Northeastern University in Boston and received his degree and training in culinary arts from the New England Culinary Institute. His work experiences are many, from brigade work in boutique hotels, stints in Michelin star properties in Italy, to opening a restaurant in China. 
    As an educator, Chef Goldstein has taught hundreds of culinary and baking lessons, from an organic farm cooking school to current medical students learning about food as medicine. He recently launched a new project called Cook and Live, which supports individuals and families through their journeys in food, cooking, and thriving as humans.
    CULINARY SCHOOL AFFILIATION: New England Culinary Institute Montpelier, Vermont
    Website: https://www.cookandlive.co/
    LinkTree: https://linktr.ee/arangoldstein
    Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/chefarangoldstein/
     
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    Free Culinary School Stories Recipe eBook: https://bit.ly/culinaryschoolrecipes
     
    RATINGS / REVIEW: If you enjoy this episode or the podcast overall, please consider leaving a short review and ratings on Apple Podcasts / iTunes if you have an iPhone or iPad. It takes less than 30 seconds, and it really makes a difference in spreading the word, getting new listeners and guests, as well as sponsors!
    To do so, click HERE and then scroll down to the “Ratings & Reviews”; tap the amount of stars you want to give; tap on “Write a Review”; create a headline; write your review; click “Send”. 
    SPONSORSHIP / SUPPORT:
    If you like the show, this episode, and/or the video clips, why not show your support by buying us a cup or two of coffee to help defray some of the out-of-pocket expenses at: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/chefroche. We truly appreciate the gesture!
    Individuals can also donate through Patreon! Please support the show at: https://www.patreon.com/DrProfessorChef. If you contribute just the price of a cup of coffee a week, you will be helping to support the hosting, purchasing, creation and production of our episodes and shows that we produce and give away for free.
    Companies & Businesses interested in advertising or sponsoring the podcast, please contact us at: culinaryschoolstories@gmail.com
     
    ABOUT THE SHOW: Culinary School Stories is a weekly podcast with engaging interviews that shares the stories of people from around the world that have an association with a culinary school in some way. Each episode we bring you the best stories from people around the food service world whose lives have been influenced, impacted, touched and/or enriched, for good or for bad, from their culinary school experience. And this Podcast is dedicated to telling their story!
    From current students and alumni to faculty and administrators, this interview style podcast allows for longer, more in-depth, open discussions about issues, stories and tales surrounding culinary school. We hope you will listen in and learn what each of our guests has to say as we talk to them about their relationship to culinary school, as well as their journey, the people who helped them, and their goals and dreams for the future. Join us as we ask and discover, “What’s your culinary school story?”
    RESOURCES:
    Audience Response Hotline: (207) 835-1275 {Comments, Suggestions or Questions)
    LinkTree: https://linktr.ee/FoodMediaNetwork
    CSS Podcast Website: http://www.culinaryschoolstories.com
    Chef Educator Podcast Website: http://www.chefeducator.com
    Main Website: https://www.foodmedianetwork.com
    YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/DrChefColin
    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DrProfessorChef
    Twitter: https://twitter.com/ChefRoche
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    • 57 min
    Story #059 - Dennis Littley

    Story #059 - Dennis Littley

    Chef Dennis Littley started cooking at a very early age and drew his early inspiration from Graham Kerr, the Galloping Gourmet. After completing his training as a chef’s apprentice, he went on to work at white tablecloth restaurants, in corporate executive dining, and finally at an all-girls Catholic high school. After 3 years at the school, he created a Culinary Training Program that brought acclaim to the school and was used as a model for other schools around the country via the foodservice company he worked for.
    After retiring from professional cooking, Dennis became a food blogger, where he would become known as Chef Dennis by his fans and readers worldwide. He has expanded that content creator role into a food & travel blogger, a chef speaker, a brand ambassador, and a digital strategist. This past year his blog had over 8.5 million page views with over one million followers on social media.
    A native Texan who lived most of his life in the Philadelphia area, Chef Dennis now resides in Kissimmee, Florida with his wife Lisa. He credits an old family friend Mama Jeanette with teaching him his core values and how to listen to food. His goal is to share his recipes and the best cooking tips to make his listeners feel more comfortable in their own kitchens and to help them find the joy of cooking!
    CULINARY SCHOOL AFFILIATION: Culinary Apprenticeship, Culinary Educator
    Website – https://www.askchefdennis.com
    Email – dennis@askchefdennis.com
    Instagram – http://www.instagram.com/askchefdennis
     
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    Elite Personal Chef: https://www.stephanieheller.com
     
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    To do so, click HERE and then scroll down to the “Ratings & Reviews”; tap the amount of stars you want to give; tap on “Write a Review”; create a headline; write your review; click “Send”. 
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    If you like the show, this episode, and/or the video clips, why not show your support by buying us a cup or two of coffee to help defray some of the out-of-pocket expenses at: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/chefroche. We truly appreciate the gesture!
    Individuals can also donate through Patreon! Please support the show at: https://www.patreon.com/DrProfessorChef. If you contribute just the price of a cup of coffee a week, you will be helping to support the hosting, purchasing, creation and production of our episodes and shows that we produce and give away for free.
    Companies & Businesses interested in advertising or sponsoring the podcast, please contact us at: culinaryschoolstories@gmail.com
     
    ABOUT THE SHOW: Culinary School Stories is a weekly podcast with engaging interviews that shares the stories of people from around the world that have an association with a culinary school in some way. Each episode we bring you the best stories from people around the food service world whose lives have been influenced, impacted, touched and/or enriched, for good or for bad, from their culinary school experience. And this Podcast is dedicated to telling their story!
    From current students and alumni to faculty and administrators, this interview style podcast allows for longer, more in-depth, open discussions about issues, stories and tales surrounding culinary school. We hope you will listen in and learn what each of our guests has to say as we talk to them about their relationship to culinary school, as well as their journey, the people who helped them, and their goals and dreams for the future. Join us as we ask and discover, “What’s your culinary school story?”

    • 1 hr
    Story #058 - Jennifer Lee

    Story #058 - Jennifer Lee

    Chef Jennifer Lee grew up in Mystic, Connecticut where she has had a love and passion for baking and cooking since a very young age. While other kids her age were watching cartoons, she was watching the Food Network. As a young teenager in high school Jennifer started working at her relative’s Chinese dim sum restaurant, beginning as a hostess and busser, and eventually working into more advanced positions in both the front and back of the house.
    During her later years in high school, Jennifer accepted a position at a bake shop in Mystic Connecticut, where she worked in the front of the house taking orders and assisting customers, eventually becoming a barista, and helping in the kitchen with the baking.
    After graduating from high school, Jennifer enrolled at the Culinary Institute of America in Hyde Park, New York where she graduated with an associate degree in baking and pastry arts. During her time at the Culinary Institute of America, she opened her at home bakery called J Lee Bakery, which specialized in cakes, cupcakes, and French macaroons.
    Besides baking, Jenn has always had a love for photography and videography. In the past couple of years, she has started her own YouTube channel which focused on her time at the Culinary Institute of America to share her experience with her viewers who may be interested in attending the college one day. Her videos have become very popular which has allowed her to become a legitimate content creator with multiple brand deals. In the future, she plans to continue her YouTube channel while pursuing a pastry chef’s position in Boston or New York.
    CULINARY SCHOOL AFFILIATION: Culinary Institute of America, Hyde Park, NY
    YouTube - Jennifer Lee - YouTube
    Email – jenniferlaleebusiness@gmail.com
    Instagram – http://www.instagram.com/jenniferlalee
     
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    Free Culinary School Stories Recipe eBook: https://bit.ly/culinaryschoolrecipes
    Affordable College Prep: https://affordablecollegeprep.com/
     
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    To do so, click HERE and then scroll down to the “Ratings & Reviews”; tap the amount of stars you want to give; tap on “Write a Review”; create a headline; write your review; click “Send”. 
     
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    If you like the show, this episode, and/or the video clips, why not show your support by buying us a cup or two of coffee to help defray some of the out-of-pocket expenses at: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/chefroche. We truly appreciate the gesture!
    Individuals can also donate through Patreon! Please support the show at: https://www.patreon.com/DrProfessorChef. If you contribute just the price of a cup of coffee a week, you will be helping to support the hosting, purchasing, creation and production of our episodes and shows that we produce and give away for free.
    Companies & Businesses interested in advertising or sponsoring the podcast, please contact us at: culinaryschoolstories@gmail.com
     
    ABOUT THE SHOW: Culinary School Stories is a weekly podcast with engaging interviews that shares the stories of people from around the world that have an association with a culinary school in some way. Each episode we bring you the best stories from people around the food service world whose lives have been influenced, impacted, touched and/or enriched, for good or for bad, from their culinary school experience. And this Podcast is dedicated to telling their story!
    From current students and alumni to faculty and administrators, this interview style podcast allows for longer, more in-depth, open discussions about issues, stories and tales surrounding culinary school. We hope you will listen

    • 1 hr 4 min
    Story #057 - Rudy Kloeble

    Story #057 - Rudy Kloeble

    Raised in a family of restaurateurs, Chef Rudy Kloeble grew up assisting in the kitchen and bakery that his dad owned in Idyllwild, CA. He did this from a very young age, starting out doing odd chores such as stuffing donuts and peeling potatoes, and continued working in the family businesses thru high school and into his first semester of community college.
    Rudy was then nudged by his dad and uncle to go to visit his other uncle in Germany and attend a Hotel School, which he did. He then went on to get his culinary apprenticeship in Munich. After he completed his apprenticeship, Rudy stayed on in Germany working for a Swiss company for 2 years, where he worked many events such as Oktoberfest and cooking for royalty and celebrities such as the King of Spain.
    He eventually returned home to the United States to help his uncle with his ranch where he was a self-made farmer for five years growing a variety of crops and raising chickens, pheasants, turkeys, goats, and cattle. He eventually left the ranch and opened and operated a Cafe in San Diego for 3 ½ years before selling it and going into teaching. He started teaching classes at a local wellness center before joining the faculty at the Art Institute San Diego where he was employed for 11 years. Today Chef Kloeble is a lecturing instructor at the Culinary Institute of America in Napa.
    CULINARY SCHOOL AFFILIATION: Art Institute, San Diego, CA & Culinary Institute of America, Napa, CA
    Email - Rudy.kloeble@culinary.edu
    Instagram – http://www.instgram.com/brycesbutter
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    Affordable College Prep: https://affordablecollegeprep.com/
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    To do so, click HERE and then scroll down to the “Ratings & Reviews”; tap the amount of stars you want to give; tap on “Write a Review”; create a headline; write your review; click “Send”. 
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    If you like the show, this episode, and/or the video clips, why not show your support by buying us a cup or two of coffee to help defray some of the out-of-pocket expenses at: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/chefroche. We truly appreciate the gesture!
    Individuals can also donate through Patreon! Please support the show at: https://www.patreon.com/DrProfessorChef. If you contribute just the price of a cup of coffee a week, you will be helping to support the hosting, purchasing, creation and production of our episodes and shows that we produce and give away for free.
    Companies & Businesses interested in advertising or sponsoring the podcast, please contact us at: culinaryschoolstories@gmail.com
    ABOUT THE SHOW: Culinary School Stories is a weekly podcast with engaging interviews that shares the stories of people from around the world that have an association with a culinary school in some way. Each episode we bring you the best stories from people around the food service world whose lives have been influenced, impacted, touched and/or enriched, for good or for bad, from their culinary school experience. And this Podcast is dedicated to telling their story!
    From current students and alumni to faculty and administrators, this interview style podcast allows for longer, more in-depth, open discussions about issues, stories and tales surrounding culinary school. We hope you will listen in and learn what each of our guests has to say as we talk to them about their relationship to culinary school, as well as their journey, the people who helped them, and their goals and dreams for the future. Join us as we ask and discover, “What’s your culinary school story?”
    RESO

    • 54 min
    Story #056 - Mario Limaduran

    Story #056 - Mario Limaduran

    Chef Mario Limaduran is a native of Bolivia and immigrated to California when he was 14 years old. Raised in a hospitality-driven family, Mario’s love of food first began when his grandmother helped him make pizza for his classmates as a young boy. From that moment, combined with an infatuation with the movie Ratatouille, Mario fell in love with the feeling of making people happy through culinary arts.
    Chef Mario attended both the North Miami and Denver campuses of Johnson and Wales University, receiving an associate's degree in culinary arts and a bachelor’s degree in culinary nutrition. The culinary nutrition program at JWU empowered Mario with the knowledge to succeed within the sports performance world and develop a world-class program for the UFC and the Sacramento Kings, as well as the necessary knowledge to do food product research and development. 
    Chef Mario's culinary nutrition career continues today at Trifecta, where he recently developed a training program to empower culinary teams around the world who work within the sports performance field to educate and implement the unique method to personalize every meal to an athlete’s personal needs. As their executive chef, he leads Trifecta’s Research and Development Department and has helped grow the company into becoming the largest organic meal delivery service in the United States. His vision today is rooted in the desire to disrupt the world as it’s known and leave a long-lasting legacy in the food, health, and sports world. 
    CULINARY SCHOOL AFFILIATION: Johnson & Wales University; North Miami, FL & Denver, CO.
    Website – www.trifectanutrition.com
    Email – mario.limaduran@trifectanutrition.com
    Instagram - http://www.instagram.com/chefmario._
     
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    Affordable College Prep: https://affordablecollegeprep.com/
     
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    To do so, click HERE and then scroll down to the “Ratings & Reviews”; tap the amount of stars you want to give; tap on “Write a Review”; create a headline; write your review; click “Send”. 
    SPONSORSHIP / SUPPORT:
    If you like the show, this episode, and/or the video clips, why not show your support by buying us a cup or two of coffee to help defray some of the out-of-pocket expenses at: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/chefroche. We truly appreciate the gesture!
    Individuals can also donate through Patreon! Please support the show at: https://www.patreon.com/DrProfessorChef. If you contribute just the price of a cup of coffee a week, you will be helping to support the hosting, purchasing, creation and production of our episodes and shows that we produce and give away for free.
    Companies & Businesses interested in advertising or sponsoring the podcast, please contact us at: culinaryschoolstories@gmail.com
    ABOUT THE SHOW: Culinary School Stories is a weekly podcast with engaging interviews that shares the stories of people from around the world that have an association with a culinary school in some way. Each episode we bring you the best stories from people around the food service world whose lives have been influenced, impacted, touched and/or enriched, for good or for bad, from their culinary school experience. And this Podcast is dedicated to telling their story!
    From current students and alumni to faculty and administrators, this interview style podcast allows for longer, more in-depth, open discussions about issues, stories and tales surrounding culinary school. We hope you will listen in and learn what each of our guests has to say as we talk to them about their

    • 1 hr 5 min
    Story #055 - LaToya Larkin

    Story #055 - LaToya Larkin

    Chef LaToya Larkin, MBA, CCE, has over 20 plus years of expansive knowledge and culinary passion which has led to a lifetime of achievement opportunities. Chef Larkin recently retired from her 8-year position as the Culinary Arts Program Coordinator at Spring High School in Spring, TX, where she was the first African American female chef in the district.
    Chef Larkin now operates her numerous businesses full time which reflect her passions in life. Her businesses include:
    “Black Girl Tamales” - a signature line of Soul Food fusion tamales such as Collard Green w/Smoked Turkey, Oxtail, Smothered Chicken, and Smothered Pork Chop.“Not Enough Thyme Personal Chef Services” - a personal chef/catering business that provides in-home meal service, meal preps, and catered events. “Divah Chef Apparel” – a culinary clothing line of shirts & aprons. “Thyme 4 a Change” – a non-profit organization that caters to at-risk youth by mentoring and guiding them while planting the positive seed to exemplify the vast opportunities of culinary. Chef Larkin received her Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree in Nonprofit Management from Springfield College. From the Art Institutes she received her Bachelor of Science in Culinary Management from The Art Institute of Atlanta, and her Associates of Applied Science degree in Culinary Arts from The Art Institute of Houston.
    CULINARY SCHOOL AFFILIATION: The Art Institute; Houston, TX & Atlanta, GA.
    Websites:
    www.blackgirltamales.com
    www.thyme4achange.org
    Facebook:
    www.facebook.com/chefdivah
    www.facebook.com/blackgirltamales
    www.facebook.com/notenoughthymepcs
    Instagram:
    www.instagram.com/blackgirltamaleschefdivah
     
    Free Culinary School Stories Recipe eBook: https://bit.ly/culinaryschoolrecipes
    Sign up for our email list / newsletter: https://foodmedianetwork.com/contact
     
    RATINGS / REVIEW: If you enjoy this episode or the podcast overall, please consider leaving a short review and ratings on Apple Podcasts / iTunes if you have an iPhone or iPad. It takes less than 30 seconds, and it really makes a difference in spreading the word, getting new listeners and guests, as well as sponsors!
    To do so, click HERE and then scroll down to the “Ratings & Reviews”; tap the amount of stars you want to give; tap on “Write a Review”; create a headline; write your review; click “Send”. 
    SPONSORSHIP / SUPPORT:
    If you like the show, this episode, and/or the video clips, why not show your support by buying us a cup or two of coffee to help defray some of the out-of-pocket expenses at: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/chefroche. We truly appreciate the gesture!
    Individuals can also donate through Patreon! Please support the show at: https://www.patreon.com/DrProfessorChef. If you contribute just the price of a cup of coffee a week, you will be helping to support the hosting, purchasing, creation and production of our episodes and shows that we produce and give away for free.
    Companies & Businesses interested in advertising or sponsoring the podcast, please contact us at: culinaryschoolstories@gmail.com
     
    ABOUT THE SHOW: Culinary School Stories is a weekly podcast with engaging interviews that shares the stories of people from around the world that have an association with a culinary school in some way. Each episode we bring you the best stories from people around the food service world whose lives have been influenced, impacted, touched and/or enriched, for good or for bad, from their culinary school experience. And this Podcast is dedicated to telling their story!
    From current students and alumni to faculty and administrators, this interview style podcast allows for longer, more in-depth, open discussions about issues, stories and tales surrounding culinary school. We hope you will listen in and learn what each of our guests has to say as we talk to them about their relationship to culinary school, as well as their journey, the people who helped them, and their goals and dre

    • 1 hr 17 min

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Amazing resource

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Great resource

Colin brings a wealth of insight and stories to the food world that expands into over a trillion dollars of business.

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Amazing Resource

Such a great podcast for anyone interested in culinary school and that world. Chef Colin brings a wealth of knowledge and expertise to interviewing and bringing out the story of the guests. If you are interested in the culinary world and all the different paths to success this is for you!

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