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Justin Warner

Justin Warner

Justin Warner

Justin Warner

Justin is a consultant and blogger at Deciding to Hire. No matter what your size or industry, Justin will show you what it takes to create a business that works for you. He is also the former content director at GOTHAM.

Food

is an American cookbook author and television personality. He is best known for his appearances on Food Network, including the eighth season of the series Food Network Star, which he won. He is the author of The Laws of Cooking: And How to Break Them (2015). He is also the host of Eat the Universe on marvel.com where he makes meals inspired by characters of the Marvel Universe.

And myself personally — TV stuff, book stuff aside — on the busiest freaking night, packed at Do or Dine, I could serve 90 people, and I could manipulate ever so slightly their relationship to food. But I can do something on Snapchat and reach thousands of people and do it with less stress, less sweat, less money, less of everything. It’s not so much about the easier route. It’s about the more effective route, for me. It’s more and more difficult to blow a New Yorker’s mind. (Source: www.grubstreet.com)

Chef

Listen, when I say I’d love to go to South Dakota, a tiny motivating factor for me is: What are they going to do? I could get a weird award for Best Chef in the North Midwest. For being the only one. Not to discount all of the people who are there doing incredible things. The arrogant chef in me casually thinks, Why not go to the middle of nowhere and do whatever I can? It’s so du jour to use local ingredients, but it’s so weird to me that chefs trumpet that. It’s not a concept. It’s a freaking moral obligation. The second you advertise the brand of your meat … That’s why Bed-Stuy was very difficult starting out, because we wouldn’t use all of that stuff. We had to keep things cheap, so when we needed Cornish hens, we’d use Tyson. Would I love to do an artisanal Cornish hen? Yes. But should I sell chicken and waffles for $18?

A fresh take. In my opinion, I’m a little bit of a Sherpa. On Twitter, for example, I talk about video games. I talk about Lego. I talk about food. And I think if you look at the vast majority of people that are associated with any major food or brand of chef-y type thing, the vast majority of it is 100 percent food-centered all the time, and it’s a little scary. It’s a little intimidating for someone who lives in Amarillo. Do you know what I mean? I trade Nintendo cards with people who I meet via Twitter. I’ve sent out six trades, and four of them were in Texas. So are they doing foie gras doughnuts in Texas? That’s a huge state. They would have to drive for miles and miles and miles to get something, and not everyone can live in Austin. Not everyone can go to some fancy restaurant in Dallas. (Source: www.grubstreet.com)

Star

is an American cookbook author and television personality. He is best known for his appearances on Food Network, including the eighth season of the series Food Network Star, which he won. He is the author of The Laws of Cooking: And How to Break Them (2015). He is also the host of Eat the Universe on marvel.com where he makes meals inspired by characters of the Marvel Universe.

JUSTIN WARNER is the winner of the eighth season of Food Network Star, author of the cookbook The Laws of Cooking and How to Break Them, and the former chef/co-owner of Michelin-starred Do or Dine restaurant in Brooklyn, New York. His first Food Network appearance was on 24 Hour Restaurant Battle in 2010, which he won. He continues to be a frequent guest on Food Network shows like Guy’s Grocery Games and hosts Foodie Call, a new Food Network web series, as well as Marvel Eat the Universe, a digital series for Marvel. (Source: www.penguinrandomhouse.com)

 

 

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