Culinary School Stories

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. Every Monday 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 it's guests; views expressed on this podcast are the opinions of the guests only.

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episode 6: Story #006 - Luis Young


NAME: Luis Young

CULINARY SCHOOL AFFILIATION: Johnson & Wales University, North Miami, FL

BIO: Chef Luis Young started his career at a very young age in his hometown in Panama City, Panama. While all his school friends were playing during summer vacation, Luis was learning how to work the garde manger station at Eurasia. Soon after finishing high school, Luis got a cooking diploma from the Academia de Artes Culinarias in Panama.

In 2008 Luis enrolled at Johnson & Wales University in North Miami, Florida where he earned an Associate Degree in Culinary Arts and a Bachelor’s Degree in Food Service Management. During his time at Johnson & Wales, Luis won several competitions, including the San Pellegrino Almost Famous Chef in 2010.

Chef Young also has an interest in the front of the house and has earned several certifications in this area including one from the Society of Wine Educators, the Wine & Spirits Education Trust (WSET), and from The German Wine School in Koblenz Germany.

In 2014, Luis traveled to San Sebastián, Spain where he successfully completed his Master Degree from The University of Mondragon at The Basque Culinary Center. His work represents the perfect match between luxury and simplicity. His technique evokes the highest levels of quality and attention to detail, maintaining a clean and fresh style. His food is a constant homage to great ingredients.

Chef Luis’ professional experience has been forged in the world's finest kitchens, from his time as an intern at Martin Berasategui, Alinea, and the Celler De Can Roca, to his work as a professional at the French Laundry. A common thread is perceived through his work, which brings together a path of gastronomic excellence and a precedent of unique experiences with food and fine dining.

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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?”

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