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North Georgia Chef Cooking Up a Future




Copyright: The Saint

April 20, 2012



North Georgia has a star in its midst. Chef Craig Lefevre, a cook at the North Georgia Dining Hall, is moving into the finals of the Southern region Aramark Culinary Excellence competition this month. Lefevre has been working at the dining hall for about three years, and hopes to make cooking his career. When meeting Lefevre, he is modest and easy to talk to. Lefevre said, “I think the reason I went towards cooking is that my family gatherings are all about eating. I come from a long line of people who love to cook.”...




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