Colleen Delaney Mutz is the founder and owner of Colleen’s Cuisine in Homer City, Pennsylvania. For more information on Colleen or her business, visit her at www.ColleensCuisineLLC.com.

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  1. Liz Galentine on July 11, 2018 at 6:53 pm

    Interesting, uplifting, personal, small town. Personal, probably could inspire other young entrepreneurs!!!

    • Jason Juliette on August 10, 2018 at 6:56 pm

      Thank you Liz! Inspiration is definitely the goal, hoping to spread it far and wide.

  2. Dave Kanyan on August 14, 2018 at 6:54 pm

    Hey Jason Dave here,
    Just listened to this episode while pretending I was a chef at the same time, by preparing and cooking a whole mess of drumsticks for my lunch the next two days as I return to work. I also cleaned my kitchen and did the dishes at the same time. So it was cool and somewhat magical to hear this show while I was working in my own kitchen. How appropriate.
    I thought this was an EXCELLENT timeline, procedural podcast about Colleen and her journey of creating and owning Colleen’s Cuisine. I loved it.
    Podcasting on I.C.E. Informative, compelling and entertaining.
    So here’s where I drop the other shoe. This show was 11 minutes too long. I’ll tell ya why. At the 30 minute mark you really had everything I needed to know ( for now) about Colleen and her restaurant.
    The last 11 minutes you get all too specifically local and inside storyish, about the Eagles? friends from the drumline? and college and a lot of memories and information that, no one who not mentioned would know who or what you were talking about. You lost me with the inside information because you didn’t bring us inside with you. You and Colleen seemed to enjoy it but for us outsiders it was lonely and alienating.
    You know I love you buddy. Great /excellent first 30 minutes. I’d cut the last 11 and repost it if you can. Doe that make sense? I hope it’s okay that I post this all here. I know that you know why I’m doing this!
    Dave

    • Jason Juliette on August 25, 2018 at 9:35 am

      Dave, you’re absolutely right and there’s no need to apologize for pointing it out. If nobody points it out, I learn nothing. I don’t have a problem with my past mistakes being public, it’s a constant reminder for me of what I need to improve. You’re 100% correct when you said I didn’t bring you with us. THAT was the issue. The stories were fantastic; I failed to frame them for the audience. This is a shortcoming I have improved on since that first interview, but I still have more work to do.

      Thank you, truly, for the feedback!

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