How would local chefs keep life delicious on a desert island?

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How would local chefs keep life delicious on a desert island?

Former Air Force survivalist offers her insight on food
David Holub/Special to the Herald

How would local chefs keep life delicious on a desert island?

David Holub/Special to the Herald

How would local chefs keep life delicious on a desert island?

Jessie Krebs is a former survival instructor for the U.S Air Force. She is the founder of a survival school, SERE Training, in Boulder.

How would local chefs keep life delicious on a desert island?

Francilia Pena Ehrig, formerly of Sweet Additions, now bakes goods for Hermosa Coffee Roasters. She also would bring a knife to a deserted island.

How would local chefs keep life delicious on a desert island?

Heather Hinsley is the culinary manager at Manna. She would bring kitchen shears, which aren’t super useful for cutting, but might be good at signaling an airplane.

How would local chefs keep life delicious on a desert island?

Chef Sean Clark prepares cheese grits in the kitchen at El Moro Spirits and Tavern. He would bring a knife to a desterted island. But he also might bring salt and sugar.
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