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EATYALL: Chefs Tell the Story of Farmers

May 25, 2018

Spending summers with family in San Antonio gave Alabama-born Caleb Fischer a taste for Texas-style barbecue. He was raised in a large family and has fond memories of his father working the barbeque and his entire family sitting down together at the dinner table to enjoy fresh butter beans and smoked meat.

It seems fitting that when the owners of Acre Restaurant open their new Southern family-style restaurant, Bow & Arrow in Auburn, Alabama, Caleb will be the Executive Chef. Even though he is only 26 years old, he holds a Bachelors in Culinary Management from the Art Institute of Atlanta and has been working in kitchens for 10 years.  A degree doesn’t make you a Chef, he says, but it does help you to run the business.

He says kitchens have changed since he has been in the business. A chef used to wear a white coat, white pants, and black clogs, he says, but today’s kitchens have become a little more rock-n-roll. Caleb is a Southern chef with his own style and philosophies which he uses to create a unique, healthy kitchen culture.

Bow & Arrow will feature:

  • Smoked Meats
  • Slow-cooked Vegetables
  • House-made Sausages
  • Smoked Turkey Breast
  • Fried Chicken Fridays
  • Smoked Chicken Sundays
  • Blue Plate Specials
  • Southern family-style foods

Connect and Learn More:

Acre Auburn

@acreauburn on Twitter

Bow & Arrow on Facebook

@chefcalebfischer on Instagram

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