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Meet the team that makes it all possible

Casey Glowacki:
Casey is the proud owner of Cut and the Drunken Goat and Wild Sage that are both located in Eagle County, he loves using food as a way to bring people together. He graduated from New England Culinary Institute and then opened a small cafe in Charleston, SC, that grew into a restaurant group with three different concepts. As a  Colorado native his most nostalgic childhood memories were skiing Vail with his Dad and Brother, he’s glad to be living back home with his wife and two high school aged boys, after a 20 year stint in Charleston. You will find Casey hopping back and forth from the Drunken Goat Cut and and the butcher shop or on the sidelines cheering his boys on for their sports. He is grateful to have a team of culinary artists and get his creative juices flowing with the finest and most delicious offerings!
Favorite cut:
Salmon on the Grill


Dan Kent:
Dan grew up with his twin brother eating BBQ in Austin, Texas.  He earned his bachelor's degree in history from Texas A&M where he had the opportunity to study (and eat) for semesters in both France and Italy. Dan moved to Vail in 1997 to attend Johnson and Wales University and never left.  Dan enjoys trail running, hiking, biking, camping and doing anything with his wife, son and their dog.
Favorite cut:
Slow Smoked Brisket

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David Nowakowski:
Growing up in a large Italian family in Buffalo NY, David was surrounded by great food at an early age.  After graduating from the University of Florida with a degree in Construction Management, he moved to Vail to explore the west.  After 10 years, David realized his true love was cooking and left the construction industry to work at Larkspur in Vail where he received his culinary education "hands on”.  He then moved on to become the Executive Chef and Director of the Cooking School of Vail at the Savory Inn. His path in the culinary world has taken him to open the Valley’s first gourmet food truck the Crazy Wagon, and stints as Chef de Cuisine at Vista at Arrowhead and the Timber Hearth in Cordillera.  David is a passionate locavore and enjoys bringing the finest Colorado food, produce and products to the table. His philosophy is to remove the mystery surrounding much of cooking, and to make it approachable to all levels of diners.  When not in the kitchen, David enjoys spending time with his wife and 2 teenage daughters snowboarding, hiking, biking, traveling, camping and cheering the kids on in their respective sports.  In the evenings you can find him on his deck with a frosty IPA in his hand and some great food on the grill!
Favorite cut:
Grilled Skirt Steak!

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