Arizona Daily Star
It wasn’t a love of long hours, hot kitchens and sharp knives that attracted Travis Peters to life in the restaurant business. He was driven by base desires. He was a hungry kid, and his mother was a lousy cook.
“My mom was a terrible cook. She was just awful, so if we wanted to eat anything outside of her five menu items, we had to come up with it ourselves,” said co-owner and executive chef at The Parish.