Tupelo Students Hear From ‘Outlaw’ Chef

Tupelo Career and Technical Center second-year culinary arts students visited local restaurant Kermit’s Outlaw Kitchen last year. Mitch McCamey, KOK and Neon Pig owner and chef, talked to students about food service options beyond fast food. He also discussed his idea to open a new restaurant catering toward younger diners’ tastes and choices.

Tupelo culinary students meet 'Outlaw' chef

Tupelo culinary students meet 'Outlaw' chefTupelo culinary students meet 'Outlaw' chef



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