Cory Dragone

Podcast Episode 18 – Cory Dragone of Blacksmith Italian

On today’s episode I sit down with Cory Dragone of Blacksmith Italian in Bozeman, Montana.  We are sitting on the patio at his restaurant, it is a sunny but windy day and it finally feels like spring has arrived.  We talk about the gifts and challenges of being a chef and a business owner and how it feels to be at the forefront of the farm to table movement.  Check out their social media to see daily specials! @blacksmithitalian

Coming up:  I talk to Amy and Andy of Fisheye Farm in Detroit

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