Last updated on September 2nd, 2022 at 10:23 pm
Todd English Biography
Todd English is an American VIP cook, restaurateur, creator, and TV character, situated in Boston, Massachusetts. He facilitated the TV cooking show, Food Trip with Todd English, on PBS. In 2005 he was appointed authority on the PBS show Cooking Under Fire.
Todd English Age and Birthday
How old is Todd English? Todd is 62 years old as of 2022. He was born William Todd English on 29 August 1960 in Amarillo, Texas, United States. He celebrates his birthday on August 29th every year.
Todd English Nationality and Ethnicity
Todd is American nationality by birth and of Italian heritage. ALSO READ: Tony Guida
Todd English Family
English was brought into the world by Patrizia Arcuni-English who experienced childhood in Sandy Springs, Georgia, and later Branford, Connecticut. He registered at Guilford College in North Carolina on a baseball grant, yet quit and entered the Culinary Institute of America in 1978 and graduated in 1982.
Todd English Wife
English has been married once, to Olivia Disch English, his cohort at the Culinary Institute of America, however, they separated; several have three youngsters. He was locked into Erica Wang in 2009 however the wedding was canceled.
Todd English Height
How tall is Todd English? Todd stands at an average height of 7 Feet 7 Inches(1.70 m).
Todd English Net Worth
Todd has an estimated net worth of $18.5 million.
Todd English Books
English has written or co-created four cookbooks: The Olives Table, The Figs Table, The Olives Dessert Table, with Sally Sampson, and Cooking in Everyday English, distributed by Simon and Schuster and Time Home Entertainment Inc.
Todd English Olives
English’s most memorable eatery, Olives, opened in the Charlestown neighborhood of Boston in April 1989. The eatery’s name is a recognition for his then-spouse, Olivia. The food is “natural Mediterranean,” with a solid impact from Italian cooking. The eatery was named Best New Restaurant by Boston magazine, and has been respected as Best Food and Top Table by Gourmet magazine. Olives is known for two mark treats – a liquid chocolate cake and a vanilla bean soufflé – which should be requested with the primary dinner. Olives has been refered to by the Health Department for sterilization errors and creature squander risks.
In October, 1998, Olives opened in the Bellagio lodging in Las Vegas; It shut in 2019. In May 2010 Olives was shut because of harm done by an oil fire. This was the third time the Charlestown diner was shut because of fire harm beginning around 2001. In May 2012, the Charlestown Olives resumed.
In June 2013, the Charlestown Olives shut forever. A subsequent Olives was opened in 2001 at W New York – Union Square in Union Square, New York City, however, was shut in 2015. In February 2013, Olives opened in Mexico City. The leftover Olives are the Atlantis Resort on Paradise Island in Nassau, Bahamas, and the Ritz-Carlton Canal (inn and resort) in Abu Dhabi. In 2021, Olives opened in Virgin Hotels Las Vegas.
Todd English BlueZoo
From the mark basically fish to the two-pound Maine “Cantonese” lobster, Bluezoo’s menu serves joyful nibbles for each sense of taste. The café’s honor-winning plan by Jeffrey Beers catches an ethereal, submerged topic with refinement.
Todd English Figs
Figs is the name of two pizza shops in the Boston region, one in the Beacon Hill area and one more in Charlestown. Figs offer real, Neapolitan-style pizzas with exceptionally slim coverings, served on modified sheet skillets, as well as plates of mixed greens and pasta. Figs won the “Hot Concept” grant from Nation’s Restaurant News magazine.
Todd English Awards
In 2001, Chef English was granted Bon Appetit’s Restaurateur of the Year grant and was named one of People Magazine’s 50 Most Beautiful People. Todd likewise has been named to the James Beard Foundation’s Who in Food and Beverage in America.
Todd English Restaurants – Career
Todd started his cooking vocation very early on at 15 when he initially entered the entryways of an expert kitchen. At 20, he went to the Culinary Institute of America and graduated in 1982 with distinction. He kept on sharpening his art with Jean Jacques Rachou at New York’s La Cote Basque and afterward migrated to Italy where he apprenticed at the deeply grounded Dal Pescatore in Canneto sull’Oglio and Paracucchi in Locanda dell’Angelo.
It was in Italy that Todd, drawing from his Italian legacy, fostered his one-of-a-kind style and way to deal with cooking. English got back to the United States at 25 and was approached to be the Executive Chef of the honor-winning Northern Italian eatery Michela’s in Cambridge, Massachusetts. He served there as a chief gourmet specialist for a considerable length of time, earning high commendation from both the press and the general population.