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Prince George chef wants more restaurant to use local foods

Locally grown breakfast courtesy chef Wayne Kitchen. He'll be talking about getting local food into local restaurants on @daybreaknorth next.

Wayne Kitchen earned a devoted following as the chef at Cimo's Meditteranean Grill in Prince George. Now he's left the kitchen and is hitting farms in the hopes of creating a network of food producers who can add more local flavour to northern restaurants.

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