Nichole Accettola is a classically trained chef with more than 20 years in the food industry. She spent a significant part of her career abroad in Copenhagen, which greatly influenced her approach to cooking and the way she views food.
Casey Felton started her culinary degree post majoring with an Art History and English degree from Pitzer College.
Darren Saypharaj grew up in Temple City, CA. Upon graduation from UC Irvine, he decided to move to New York to pursue his dream of cooking in fine dining restaurants.
Working in restaurant kitchens, even executive chefs have to follow the “rules” of the industry. But cooking is an art that shouldn’t be restrained. That’s why Ronny Miranda came to Feastly – to share his personal experiments with passionate eaters who appreciate the story behind each and every dish.
By day, Vijitha Shyam is a molecular biologist working on clinical trials to improve public wellness and health. Come evening, she transforms into a passionate home chef, spending hours cooking, writing and photographing recipes new and old for her blog Spices and Aroma.
With a little prodding, she reenacts how she challenges the bribe-seeking Burmese officials when she returns to the US with suitcases full of specialty peanuts and legumes.
After 23 years in Malaysia, Tracy spent more than 5 years honing her cooking skills in Australia before bringing them to San Francisco’s Sunset neighborhood.
Growing up speaking St. Croix’s native Crucian dialect, Ralph’s come a long way to share his story and cuisine with NYC’s hungriest eaters.
California East Bay native Eric Pascual has had a burning passion for food since he was a child. Every summer, he’d fly to Oahu, Hawaii to stay with his aunt in the small town of Moanalua Valley.