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rmissildine@fpeusa.org

Classes I Teach:
Culinary Arts Club Advisor

Chef Randy Missildine


Chef Randy Missildine received his Bachelor of Arts in Culinary Arts from The Chef John Folse Culinary Institute at Nicholls State University in Thibodaux, Louisiana. He credits his mother and both grandmothers for fostering his love of cooking as they would let him into their kitchens to watch and help them cook. Since 1991, he has worked through the years in most areas of the food service industry: fast food, family and fine dining, cafeteria, hotel, catering, country club, corporate, and even as a personal chef. His specialties include Cajun & Creole cuisine and Southern cooking in general. He loves all areas of cooking, but his favorites are grilling and smoking meats as well as making soups, stews, gumbos and chilis.

In addition to being a chef, Mr. Missildine also holds a Bachelor’s degree in Biblical Studies and currently serves as the minister for the West Milton Church of Christ in the beautiful Northwest Florida panhandle. Though not currently working in the food service industry, he continues to practice his skills daily on his family as well as with his church and the occasional catering job.



Mrs. Kim Brown



rmissildine@fpeusa.org

Classes I Teach:
Culinary Arts Club Advisor


Chef Randy Missildine received his Bachelor of Arts in Culinary Arts from The Chef John Folse Culinary Institute at Nicholls State University in Thibodaux, Louisiana. He credits his mother and both grandmothers for fostering his love of cooking as they would let him into their kitchens to watch and help them cook. Since 1991, he has worked through the years in most areas of the food service industry: fast food, family and fine dining, cafeteria, hotel, catering, country club, corporate, and even as a personal chef. His specialties include Cajun & Creole cuisine and Southern cooking in general. He loves all areas of cooking, but his favorites are grilling and smoking meats as well as making soups, stews, gumbos and chilis.

In addition to being a chef, Mr. Missildine also holds a Bachelor’s degree in Biblical Studies and currently serves as the minister for the West Milton Church of Christ in the beautiful Northwest Florida panhandle. Though not currently working in the food service industry, he continues to practice his skills daily on his family as well as with his church and the occasional catering job.



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