Stephen Ellis is a farmer and the owner of a farm-to-table restaurant in Eastern Virginia. Ellis and Vance talk about how he had to be creative when COVID forced his restaurant to close. The conversation continued to cover subjects like the value of church, how to raise children, the value of learning how to speak and write persuasively and if it is ok to shake people's hands.
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