The Clarionion: Student that can make more than ramen deemed "chef"

October 25, 2012 | 11 a.m.

Roommates amazed at student's newly discovered cooking ability

Clarionion | Marsha M. Allo

The Clarionion: Student that can make more than ramen deemed "chef"

Home Cookin'. | Photo for The Clarion courtesy of MCT

After cooking up spaghetti one day, Bethel student Landen Mitchovi was deemed a chef by his roommates Henry Jacobson and Ryan Indowz.

Mitchovi told reporters that on that particular day, he simply refused “to eat one more package of ramen.” Instead, he decided to whip up some pasta with meat sauce.

“It wasn’t really even spaghetti,” explained Mitchovi. “It was just some regular penne noodles with a jar of the red sauce. 

Mitchovi’s roommates think otherwise.

“Landen just started cooking,” said Jacobson. “I didn’t know what to do. He turned all Rachael Ray on us.”

“Yeah, he was like straight out of the Food Network,” commented Indowz, Mitchovi’s other roommate. “I couldn’t believe what I was seeing.”

As Mitchovi continued to prepare his lunch, his roommates began tweeting things like, “My roommate’s a chef! #food #foodnetwork,” and “We gotta chef in da house. #itwaswritteninthescrolls.”

The reactions of Mitchovi’s roommates created an online buzz deeming Mitchovi a “chef” and “the next Food Network star.”

With all the publicity, Mitchovi has been pressured to carry on his chef-like lifestyle.

“I’m done eating ramen,” commented Mitchovi. “I have a lot of fans on Twitter counting on me to cook myself something delicious. I can’t let them down.”

Mitchovi says he will continue to find new recipes and inspiration through the Food Network and Pinterest. 


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