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Aldo Mora was born in Juarez Mexico, and at the age of 11 moved to Chaparral NM. His love of cooking started in Gadsden High School when he started taking cooking classes. He furthered his passion at El Paso Community College where he studied culinary arts. Great chefs like Richard Webb, Armando Pomales and Jesus Lugo taught him the basics. Pomales gave him the opportunity to work at Cafe Central and Mora worked his way up to become the Executive Chef. Now he and his team work hard to create new dishes to delight their customers.
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Kezhal Dashti joined the KFOX14 Morning News team in March 2015 as the Social Media Anchor and Reporter. In Oct. 2015, Kezhal moved up as the KFOX14 Morning News Anchor. She comes from Arlington, Texas, where she attended Texas Christian University in Fort Worth (Go Frogs!) with a major in Journalism and a minor in Film, TV, and Digital Media.
Kezhal has always had an interest for news of all kinds, from international to pop culture. Nothing makes her happier than informing others on whats happening around the world. She has worked at numerous places in the Dallas market, including The Dallas Morning News and Kidd Kraddick in the Morning. At TCU, Kezhal was the KTCU News Director and DJ, and the Projects Editor/Reporter/Multi-Media Journalist for TCU360xThe Skiff.
Kezhal has also interviewed several celebrities, like football stars and Hall of Famers, Troy Aikman, Tony Dorsett, Emmitt Smith, and Dallas Cowboys owner, Jerry Jones. Shes also interviewed Comedienne Anjelah Johnson, who is known for her popular skit Bon Qui Qui, and Face the Nations, Bob Schieffer.
Both of Kezhals parents are from Iran and she has traveled there on several occasions. Kezhal also speaks fluent Farsi (Persian), but her goal is to learn as much Spanish as she can!
Kezhal is excited to wake up with you every weekday morning from 5 a.m. to 9 a.m. 


 
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Chef Hector Chacon of Mesa Street Grill has been passionate about food ever since he was a small child.  His mother and family were in the food catering business so he was exposed to the power of food early on. Through the ensuing years he has been able work with some awesome chefs. He is especially grateful for the skills taught to him by Chefs Adam Alper, Victor Amaya, Luke Roberts, Jose Rodriguez, and Billy Means. 
Chef Hector has been at Mesa Street Grill for the past two years, and has previously worked at Split Peas, Red Mountain Bistro and San Francisco Oven. His passion now is to take the culinary level in El Paso to the next level.

Chef Enrique Fernandez will be joining Chef Hector in preparing a culinary treat. Enrique has been working in various kitchens for the past 10 years, and over that time he learned many different styles from the different chefs he worked with. His passion for cooking soon led to his own unique style, and now he loves sharing his cuisine creations with the Mesa Street Grill clientele.
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Proud to be from the Sun City, Denise was born and raised in El Paso's Lower Valley and graduated from Riverside High School in 2004. She received a bachelor's degree in electronic media and a minor in Chicano studies from the University of Texas at El Paso in 2009.
Denise has been a part of the KVIA family since 2009, starting as a producer for Good Morning El Paso Weekend, then moving to producer for Good Morning El Paso Monday through Friday. She has also been a part of the longest running high school football show as a reporter for the Borderland Blitz.
You can catch Denise on the anchor desk weekdays on ABC-7 at noon and reporting during later shows.