Video content of Chris Cosentino - NAIT’s 2013 Hokanson Chef in Residence – in the kitchen
Renowned chef, author and television personality Chris Cosentino is NAIT’s 2013 Hokanson Chef in Residence. The chef in residence program provides students in the School of Hospitality and Culinary Arts with a rare opportunity to learn first-hand from the best chefs in the world.
Click on the links below to view short video clips of Cosentino on some of his favourite topics. These clips are available to media.
Clip 1: Cosentino explains offal cooking.
Clip 2: Cosentino explains why he loves offal cooking.
Clip 3: Cosentino tells us how to start offal cooking at home.
Clip 4: Cosentino explains how his eight-year-old son inspires him.
Cosentino is executive chef at San Francisco’s Incanto restaurant, where he cooks in an earthy rustic Italian style. He gained international acclaim as a leading expert and proponent of offal cookery. He has been featured on the Food Network in the Next Iron Chef America and Chefs vs. City. Cosentino is the season four winner of Bravo's Top Chef Masters series winning over $140,000 for the Michael J. Fox foundation for Parkinson's research.
The Hokanson Chef in Residence program kicked off with Canadian celebrity chef Rob Feenie in 2009, followed by David Adjey in 2010, Susur Lee in 2011 and Massimo Capra in 2012. The program was made possible as a result of a generous donation from John and Susan Hokanson.
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