Mon, 3 December 2018
Sarah Heard split her time growing up between Conroe and Lockhart, TX. In high schools a way to pay for her first car, she started working at a local restaurant and immediately fell in love with the industry. A few years after, Heard was hired as an executive sous chef at The Mansion at Judges Hill in Austin, Texas, and it has been peddle to the metal ever since. Heard went on to manage kitchens with some of the best chefs in Austin. One of her most notable jobs was at the Parkside on 6th where she met future Business Partner and life partner, Nathan Lemley. The pair purchased Foreign & Domestic Austin in September of 2017 from founder Ned Elliot and have been sharing the kitchen ever since as Chef-Owners.
Favorite success quote or mantra:
"Keep up that intensity!"
In this episode with Sarah Heard, we discuss:
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