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EATYALL: Chefs Tell the Story of Farmers

Nov 21, 2019

When New Orleans chef, Amy Sins decided to start a restaurant, she knew immediately it wasn’t going to fit the mold of “ordinary”. So she set out to create a truly unique dining experience that stood apart from the thousands of other restaurants in New Orleans. Years after finding success, her business model has continued to change, adapt, and in many ways throw out the conventional.

In this episode, Amy shares it all. From her journey stepping out of a 20 year sales career into the culinary unknown, to shutting down her highly successful restaurant...and resurrecting it as the brand new concept that it is today.

Along the way, Amy offers serious insight into the business side of the culinary industry. She shares her own startup stories, as well as underlying principles that can help any chef or restaurateur innovate to adapt to changing customer tastes and to step outside the box to turn competitors into partners.

Yet while she provides real glimpses into managing business and family, she also transports listeners from New Orleans to marching dough through the streets of Paris through her one of a kind storytelling.

Like a full-course meal, this one has the perfect balance to fill you up right and leave you with something sweet.

Learn more about Chef Amy Sins and her interactive dining business, Langlois, online at,, and follow them on Instagram at @ChefAmySins and @LangloisNOLA.

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