Michelle’s food media outlets, television shows, and digital content experience include:
•Chopped, Beat Bobby Flay
•The Bobby and Demaris Show
•Food Network Kitchen App
•Top Chef Quickfire Challenge
•The Drew Barrymore Show
•The Wendy Williams Show
•The Harry Show
Michelle’s television experience includes Food Network competition reality series (Chopped, Beat Bobby Flay), “in the kitchen” shows (The Kitchen, The Bobby and Demaris Show), and a new upcoming food competition show for PBS premiering June 2022. She has produced digital content for Roku (Dishmantled), step-by-step cooking classes (featuring Bobby Flay) for the Food Network Kitchen app, and Facebook Live sessions for Bravo (Top Chef Quickfire Challenge), Food Network (featuring Alex Guarneschelli), and an upcoming food competition streaming series for Netflix. In addition, she has styled cooking segments for several day-time TV talk shows (The View, The Drew Barrymore Show, The Wendy Williams Show, The Harry Show). Prior to working in food media, Michelle worked in some of the most iconic restaurant kitchens in New York City (Gramercy Tavern and Murray’s Cheese Bar) after graduating from the French Culinary Institute.
- Graduate of the French Culinary Institute
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