23 Facts About Anne Burrell


Anne W Burrell was born on September 21,1969 and is an American chef, television personality, and former instructor at the Institute of Culinary Education.

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Anne Burrell is the host of the Food Network show Secrets of a Restaurant Chef and co-host of Worst Cooks in America.

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Anne Burrell was one of the Iron Chefs, Mario Batali's sous chefs in the Iron Chef America series and appears on other programs on the network such as The Best Thing I Ever Ate.

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Anne Burrell was a contestant on the fourth season of The Food Network competition show, The Next Iron Chef Super Chefs being eliminated in episode 6.

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Anne Burrell was a contestant on the first season of Chopped All-Stars Tournament, winning the "Food Network Personalities" preliminary round to advance to the final round, where she placed second runner up to Nate Appleman and Aaron Sanchez.

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In 2015, Burrell won the fourth installment of the Chopped All-Stars tournament winning $75,000 for the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation.

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Anne Burrell was born September 21,1969, in Cazenovia, New York.

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Anne Burrell attended Canisius College in Buffalo and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in English and Communications in 1991.

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Anne Burrell studied at the Italian Culinary Institute for Foreigners in Asti in the Piedmont region.

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Anne Burrell worked at La Bottega del '30, a small restaurant in Tuscany with one seating each night.

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Anne Burrell returned to the US as a sous chef at Felidia, owned by celebrity chef Lidia Bastianich.

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Anne Burrell became the chef at Savoy, a small prix fixe dining room.

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Anne Burrell later became the executive chef of Centro Vinoteca, an Italian restaurant in New York City's West Village area which opened in 2007.

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Anne Burrell left the restaurant in September 2008 due to her busy schedule and many commitments.

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In 2005, Iron Chef Mario Batali asked Anne Burrell to serve as one of his sous chefs, along with chef and restaurateur Mark Ladner, for a pilot taping of Food Network's Iron Chef America series.

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Anne Burrell continued to serve as his sous chef during his tenure with the show.

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Chef Anne Burrell won the challenge when her recruit, Rachel Coleman, edged out MacMillan's recruit, Jenny Cross.

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Also in 2011, Anne Burrell became the fourth runner up in the culinary competition, The Next Iron Chef on the Food Network, being eliminated in week six of the competition.

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Chef Anne Burrell again won the competition, when her recruit Kelli Powers edged out Flay's recruit, Vinnie Caligiuri.

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In 2009, Anne Burrell appeared with fellow Food Network personality Guy Fieri on the Guy Fieri Roadshow.

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Anne Burrell hosted an 11-day Food Network cruise throughout the Mediterranean and across the Atlantic aboard the brand new Celebrity Silhouette in late 2011.

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Anne Burrell released a statement to the New York Post in 2012 confirming that she had been in a relationship with her girlfriend, chef Koren Grieveson, for two years after cookbook author Ted Allen seemingly outed her on a radio show.

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On December 31,2012, Anne Burrell publicly tweeted that she was engaged to Koren Grieveson, but as of 2018, she was dating Stuart Claxton.

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