As an Executive Chef at Washington State University Chef Will Wohlfeil’s culinary experience stretches back to high school, when he started his first food service jobs at a burger joint and donut shop. While attending the University of Idaho, he worked at the original Gambino’s restaurant in Moscow. Having learned the basics, Will was driven to further his skills and build a career in the culinary arts. He went on to work at fine dining, seafood, breakfast, and counter-service establishments. For 20 years, he was the executive chef at Pullman’s Hilltop Restaurant, a fine dining restaurant, and pitmaster at Porky’s Pit BBQ, which serves Texas-style wood-smoked BBQ. Most recently, he was the kitchen manager at South Fork Public House in Pullman. Throughout his career, Will has continued to learn new culinary methods, and he is excited to bring this experience to WSU. His favorite foods to cook are smoked and full-flavored dishes. Will is also an amateur photographer and spends his spare time reading and enjoying the outdoors.