11 Black Private Chefs From The Deep South
Black chefs are dramatically underrepresented in management and executive chef positions— especially as private chefs.
The next time you’re in one of these southern cities, book one of these chefs.
Dwyane Wade’s private chef, Chef RLI and his team, masters blending flavor and nutrition into beautiful and accessible dishes.
Chef Rayne is a multi-cuisine, travel chef out of Port Miami. She provides full services for short-term and long-term travel engagements.
Chef Ta-Ta, aka “The Dopest Chef,” fuses the cuisines of New Orleans and the South with modernist technique and expert plating.
Chef Jourdan specializes in “Food Rehabilitation” (clean eating, juicing, and raw foods.) Her clients include Diddy, Floyd Mayweather, and Tyler Perry.
Specializing in both culinary and pastry arts, Chef Gabrielle is a YouTube favorite. Her eye for design turns meals into a true and extraordinary experiences.
Chef India’s brand of designer culinary services are marked by her ability to merge classic, seasonal ingredients with culturally exotic twists.
Chef Raz’s unique modernization of Southern and Soul food is representative of the “New Atlanta.” This Southern Belle possesses “grandma hands.”
A self-taught veteran, Chef Kevin’s culinary style is heavily influenced by his international travels. He’s known for his use of colorful and seasonal ingredients.
Voted the #1 personal chef in Miami, Chef Cal is known for bringing his unique brand of culinary fun to each and every event he’s apart of.
Chef Gason— two-time James Beard scholar— is known for his attention to detail and delicious flavor combinations.
New Orleans, LA
Baton Rouge native Chef O’s culinary style is refined, high-end, and overflowing with flavors from the bayou.
Otis Dickerson |
Baton Rouge – New Orleans, LA
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