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Consumer Perception is a Real Concern

Just over a month ago, the Department of Agriculture announced that it will allow American farmers to plant genetically engineered alfalfa, which is widely used as feed for dairy cows and horses.

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Michael Moles


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Michael Moles
Email: dewitt72@gmail.com
Phone Number: 816-260-3166

Mike, born in PA, raised in Lakewood OH, started working in kitchens when he was 16. In his early 20’s he completed a formal three-year apprenticeship plus a degree in restaurant Management. After that he worked in several large hotels and ran a very successful white-tablecloth restaurant kitchen.

In 1986 he was recruited by a Cleveland industrialist to be the chef on his private yacht and has been in private service most of the time since, on yachts and estates, interspersed with stints in some exceptional restaurants from Alaska to Maine to the Middle East, where he opened several Tex-Mex restaurants, and four years in Bermuda working for a Dutch businessman on his 189’ schooner.

How did you get in to cooking?  started at a summer camp kitchen when I was 16 and things progressed
Your Favorite Cook book:  CIA's New Professional Chef, 7th edition
Favorite to eat:  Seared Scallops with a Citrus Beurre Blanc
Dish you could eat everyday: grilled cheese sandwich-hearth-baked sourdough, smoked turkey breast and Cabot habenero cheddar
Strangest request: on rooftop terrace-
Favorite Saying: The impossible takes a little bit longer
Favorite Ingredient: olive oil
Your Mentor: 1st chef, Swiss-Gerard Bertschy



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