Hello, my name is Juan Mullo. This is my first year in college. Since I was little I was very passionate about food, that’s why since my sophomore year in high school I’ve been working in restaurants. I was also part of the culinary class in my previous school. That was the main reason I decided to go to City Tech. I was born in Ecuador and came to the U.S when I was 11 years old. My biggest dream is become the first Ecuadorian chef to have a Michelin star.
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