Tupelo Chef Discusses Culinary Options With Students

Tupelo Career-Technical Center second-year culinary arts students visited Kermit’s Outlaw Kitchen in March. Mitch McCamey, KOK and Neon Pig owner/chef, talked to the students about food service options beyond fast food. He also discussed his idea to open a new restaurant for a younger crowd next door to KOK.



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