Celebrity Chef Brother Luck, Butcher Jason Nauert Partner With United States Army to Offer Culinary Internships to Soldiers

Press Release (ePRNews.com) - COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. - Sep 05, 2018 - Chef Brother Luck of Four by Brother Luck and butcher Jason Nauert of Rocky Mountain Institute of Meat are carving out a new exciting opportunity for US Army soldiers. Partnering with the United States Army’s 10th Special Forces Airborne Group, Chef Luck recently graduated his second group of Army Culinary Specialists from a 45-day, full-scale internship program at his Colorado Springs restaurant Four By Luck. The program consists of each Culinary Specialist rotating training through all positions of the restaurant: serving, bartending, catering, hosting, and cooking. Additionally, Jason Nauert will be taking the soldiers into the field for his Austere Field Butchering & Cooking Course – teaching the soldiers how to butcher and prepare animals in the wild. Jason has been offering this course to the Army Special Forces for 5 years and is very much looking forward to pairing his course with the internship at Four By Brother Luck. The program began in the last week of April, and Chef Luck has been personally involved in the program’s progression and success.

The purpose of the program is to better educate the Army Culinary Specialists position with actual industry experience in a high caliber restaurant. Culinary Specialists will also be amplifying their own menus within their respective divisions while on post and elevating the current Army culinary program for on post dining. At the end of the training, the soldiers will prepare a chef’s table for their commanding officers to showcase their newly enhanced skill sets.

About Brother Luck

Colorado Springs is surrounded by military and it’s truly the heartbeat of our city. This program could far extend beyond my restaurant. My younger brother was an Army Culinary Specialist so it’s very personal to create this opportunity for our soldiers.

Brother Luck

Chef / Owner

With a name like Brother Luck, it would be easy to attribute your success to good fortune, but Brother’s is a result of hard work, determination, and passion. Chef Luck overcame a difficult childhood, and through the assistance of Arizona’s Careers through Culinary Arts Program (C-CAP) – which helps disadvantaged youths in the U.S. discover their passion for cooking, Chef Luck graduated from culinary school and began his storied career. Currently, Chef Luck is Owner of Four by Brother Luck in Downtown Colorado Springs and is well known for several national television appearances such as Bravo’s “Top Chef,” and reigning victorious in culinary competitions like Food Network’s “Chopped” and “Beat Bobby Flay.” For more information on Chef Brother Luck and Four by Brother Luck, visit the website to stay up-to-date on all Four by Brother Luck news and events. Follow Chef Brother Luck on Instagram, Twitter and his restaurant Four by Brother Luck on Facebook.

About Jason Nauert

Jason has called Colorado his home for 42 years. He has hunted wild game animals for most of his life, and with hunting came butchering. Having aligned himself with the ACF in 2013, he was sought out by the Army with interest in developing an Austere Field Butchering & Cooking Course for healthier eating while deployed, and career advancement back home. Now 4 years later Jason still trains the Army Special Forces and is excited to expand his military training with Chef Luck. Besides his work with the military Jason has had the pleasure of working with celebrity chefs like Graham Elliot, Sophina Uong, Rick Tramonto, Hosea Rosenberg, and Fernando Ruiz. For more information on Jason Nauert, visit his website and follow his amazing work on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook.

About 10th Special Forces Group (Airborne), U.S. Army

The 10th Special Forces Group (Airborne) (10th SFG(A) or 10th Group) is an active duty United States Army Special Forces (SF) Group. The 10th SFG(A) was constituted 19 May 1952 and activated on 11 June 1952, at Fort Bragg, North Carolina. The group was split in 1953, with one half being sent to Germany, while the other half remained at Fort Bragg. In 1968, the majority of the unit transferred to Fort Devens, Massachusetts, with the exception of 1st Battalion, which remained in Germany. Between 1994 and 1995, 10th SFG(A) moved to Fort Carson, Colorado, which remains its current home. Units of the 10th SFG(A) have participated in humanitarian missions to the Congo, Somalia, and Rwanda. 10th SFG(A) was deployed to Saudi Arabia in 1991 during the First Persian Gulf War. The 10th SFG has been heavily involved in the War on Terrorism, deploying to Georgia, North Africa, Afghanistan, and consistently to Iraq.

Media Contact

Anne Edmond
(719) 434.2741 Info@fourbyluck.com

Source : Four by Brother Luck
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