Alex Guarnaschelli is an Iron Chef and a regular judge on Food Network's Chopped. She was one of the mentors in All-Star Academy and previously hosted Alex’s Day Off, which is airing on Cooking Channel.
Alex is the renowned executive chef at New York City restaurant, Butter, and is working on an exciting (yet unnamed) project slated to open later this year in Miami. She is also working on a follow up book to her first, Old School Comfort Food: The Way I Learned to Cook, slated for publication in 2016.
Chef Guarnaschelli is a regular blog contributor for People Magazine’s "Great Ideas" and supports charities including Alex's Lemonade Stand, Wellness in the Schools and Share Our Strength. Whether on The Today Show, in The New York Times or at home cooking with her daughter, Alex lives a life infused with food and great ingredients.
I like that when I go to the farmers' market and buy locally grown vegetables, I know exactly what I am getting. I get that same feeling when I use Fisher nuts. There are no extra ingredients along for the ride. Just the walnuts and pecans, fresh out of their shells, so you can come out of yours.