Food festival chaos, debauchery and excess, Avenger entitlement, and a dash of family—all delivered with the infectious, wry sense of humor you’d expect from a Chicago chef who never meant to end up in the restaurant industry. Matt is a solid-gold first guest and sets the perfect tone for the Turn & Burn podcast.
We also discuss his soon-to-launch food truck concept, including booting up social media for a new business when you’re “not that guy.”
It’s not perfect, but we’re pretty proud of our first episode.
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