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March 10, 2021 51 min
On this episode of Media Mavens Podcast, the Mavens team meets up to talk all things food and culinary arts with Chef Aaron Miller.             With a career that spans five decades, Miller began his career in the late 1980s where he would cook for presidents including George Bush and Ronald Reagan at legendary restaurant Arizona Biltmore. No stranger to quality craftsmanship, Miller would work side by side with household names like Chef Jacques Pepin, Chef Jeffrey Beeson and Chef George Mahaffey. primarily focused on the western and southwestern cooking styles if his home state, Arizona, Miller has been a true team player. embracing every side of the kitchen, but making original meals will always be his favorite part. “While I was in school, I was a busser, I was a staff member, front of the house at the Arizona Biltmore. I enjoyed it, but I liked the technical aspect of cooking, I like working with your hands, I like development and creativity aspects.” Miller said.             With the Mavens Team, Miller discusses the cutthroat world of restaurant service, finding sustainable foods and how his restaurant in Telluride is always looking to make something new for customers to experience.             Tune in to learn the journey “From Michelin Star to Executive Chef in Telluride” and everything that goes in to crafting your favorite dishes.You can reach Aaron directly at the Mountain Lodge in Telluride at To reach Sarah Miller, Media Mavens Podcast Host & CEO, Axis Entertainment, you can get more information at
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