Which Celebrity Chef Are You?
Admit it! You've secretly asked yourself this question before, which celebrity chef am I? Well, now you get to find out!
Select the style of cooking you're most familiar with.
Select the quote that best represents you.
Which title would you give YOUR book?
Select the season of your birth.
Born in May 1975, Jamie Oliver has ascended to the top-earning chef in the world, with his net worth at $400 million. Nicknamed "The Naked Chef," Oliver has not only put a great amount of effort into stripping meals to their nutritional core, but he has poured himself into making school lunches healthy for children everywhere.
Born in November 1966, Gordon Ramsay is best known for, well, screaming obscenities at the contestants of the reality shows he spearheads. However, behind the obscenities is one heck of a chef who cares deeply about food and family.
Born in August 1968, Rachael Ray's claim to kitchen fame lies at least partially in her lobbying of quick, easy, and nutritious meals. How else would there be time to produce and host a TV show, pen several books, and launch a nonprofit?
Born in July 1949, Wolfgang Puck moved to the United States at the age of 24. Eight years later, he published his first cookbook, and, from there, his career has been steadily ascending. Today, he is the chef behind 20 fine dining restaurants, more than 80 Wolfgang Puck Express operations, and plenty of cookbooks and merchandise.
Born in August 1912, Julia Child paved the way for celebrity chefs, effectively bringing her mastery of French cooking to the American public via cookbook and television programming.
Born in August 1977, David Chang's rise to celebrity chefdom is unique. A competitive golfer as a child, he'd go on to teach English, to bus tables, and to work multiple finance positions, all before going all in and becoming a chef.
Born in October 1959, Emeril Lagasse worked in a Portuguese bakery as a teenager, and then BAM! He became a chef! Okay, so it isn't that simple, but he was certainly motivated by his time in the kitchen, and it drove him to international stardom, and, of course, his notorious catchphrase: "BAM!"