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Chef Daryl Maloney, right, has been appointed to the position of Manager of Culinary Operations Flora Butcher in Flora, and Kristen Martin has been appointed to Sous Chef. Maloney served as a colleague of Flora Butcher Chef David Raines during his tenure at Ridgeland’s Seafood R’evolution in 2015 where Maloney was a Sous Chef until March of 2017. Maloney also served as Executive Chef at Anjou in Ridgeland. Maloney was an apprenticeship under Chef Kurt Fleisfresser at the Coach House Restaurant in OklahomaCity. Martin was also part of Raines’ team at Seafood Revolution where she served as a Head Pastry Chef until April. The Vicksburg native spent her formative years in St. Francisville, La. Martin has Associate In Applied Science degrees in Culinary Arts and Marketing Management from Hinds Community College. Courtesy of Flora Butcher

Appointments at Flora Butcher

Chef Daryl Maloney, right, has been appointed to the position of Manager of Culinary Operations Flora Butcher in Flora, and Kristen Martin has been appointed to Sous Chef. Maloney served as a colleague of Flora Butcher Chef David Raines during his tenure at Ridgeland’s Seafood R’evolution in 2015 where Maloney was a Sous Chef until March of 2017. Maloney also served as Executive Chef at Anjou in Ridgeland. Maloney was an apprenticeship under Chef Kurt Fleisfresser at the Coach House Restaurant in OklahomaCity. Martin was also part of Raines’ team at Seafood Revolution where she served as a Head Pastry Chef until April. The Vicksburg native spent her formative years in St. Francisville, La. Martin has Associate In Applied Science degrees in Culinary Arts and Marketing Management from Hinds Community College.

Courtesy of Flora Butcher

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