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MARCH 28 - 31, 2019

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Maneet Chauhan

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Chef  Maneet  Chauhan is the founding  partner  and  president  of Morph Hospitality Group in Nashville, Tennessee. She is a recipient of the  2012  James  Beard  Foundation  Broadcast  Media  Award  for  her role as a permanent judge on Food Network’s “Chopped,” and sits on the panel  of  judges for  Food  Network’s  “Wedding  Cake Championship”.  She  has also written  her  own  cookbook, Flavors  of My  World. A  graduate  of  the  Culinary  Institute  of  America,  Chef Chauhan worked in some of the finest hotels in India before the start of her professional career in the States.

 

Heavily lauded by print and broadcast media in the United States and abroad, Chef Chauhan has been featured in publications such as Bon Appétit, Food & Wine, The Local Palate, Wine Enthusiast, USA Today, Wall  Street  Journal, New  York  Times, New  York  Post, Times  of  India, The  Telegraph and  more. Her  television  appearances  include  “The View”  (ABC),  “CBS  This  Morning’s  The  Dish”  (CBS),  “Designing Spaces” (Lifetime), “Iron Chef”and “Next Iron Chef” (Food Network).

 

Locally,  Maneet was the 2016  Chair  for  March  of  Dimes  Signature Chef  Auction  and selected  to  be  featured  as  one  of The  Nashville Business  Journal’s 40  under  40 list, as  well  as Nashville  Lifestyles  Women in Business, which honored local women who are at the top of their industry.

 

She  has  worked  as  executive  chef  in  successful  ventures  such  as Vermilion   in   Chicago,   which received   accolades   from Chicago magazine, Esquire, Time   Out  and Wine   Enthusiast under   her leadership.

 

Chauhan is  the founding  partner  of Morph  Hospitality  Group  in Nashville,  Tennessee,which  includes  restaurants Chauhan  Ale  & Masala House,  Tànsuǒ  and The Mockingbird. She is also the  co-owner of Mantra Artisan Ales  in Franklin, Tennessee.

 

A native  of  India,  Chef  Chauhan  chose  Nashville  for  her  first namesake restaurant after being contacted by developer Moni Advani to come down to Music City for a visit. It was during her first trip that she fell in love with the city and its people and decided to stay. The  Music  City  chef is  a  passionate  advocate  for  the  March of Dimes, and now lives in Franklin, Tenn., with her husband, Vivek and their daughter, Shagun and son, Karma.

 

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