LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) - Bryan Price is the executive chef at BluefinBistro .
Why did you start cooking?
I became interested in the profession of food at an early age bywatching my Mom cook for our family. It was amazing watching hertake care of all of us and I fell in love with cooking through theexperience. I became very passionate about food and started rightout the gates in the industry. It was a fairly typical startworking behind the oven at a pizzeria and I slowly moved up and up,learning as I went.
What’s your favorite cooking tip?
Consistency. I have a personal creed- take your time on everypart of the dish. Do it right the first time no matter how long ittakes. The moment you start rushing through a piece of the dish,you are already in trouble and the odds that it will come out theway you want are very low.
What’s your favorite thing to eat?
RIBS! I like them smoked, barbequed, anyway you can cookthem.
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