In her very own restaurant kitchen, Chef Adrianne Calvo gives you a quick and easy tutorial on how to create her delicious Maximum Flavor..
Chef Adrianne Calvo brings her Dark Dining experience to Pickler & Ben! Can a blindfolded Kellie and Ben guess what delicacies they’re..
On this episode of Foodable’s Smart Kitchen and Bar, our master mixologist, Oscar Castaneda, discusses with his co-host, Adrianne..
South Florida based Chef Adrianne Calvo, is inviting those who want to enjoy a fabulous event, for a great cause to come to her annual charity ball on October 23, 2015. The “EVE OF PROHIBITION BALL” presented by Bacardi, will take place on Friday October 23rd, 2015 at the Westin Colonnade Coral Gables and will benefit The Ronald McDonald House Charities South Florida.
A day in the life of a chef is far from typical. In the premier episode of Food as a Lifestyle, Foodable WebTV Network’s first reality series and the first-ever chef reality show of its kind, we shadow Miami’s Chef Adrianne Calvo. From foraging at Paradise Farms to dinner prep at her eponymous restaurant, Chef Adrianne’s Vineyard Restaurant & Wine Bar, we get a behind-the-scenes look into what a chef’s life is really like. Watch the full episode to discover how Chef Adrianne finds inspiration for her menu dishes, what goes into a night’s dinner prep, and who is helping her as she makes her way to the top.
Chef Adrianne Calvo hosts a dining in the dark event once a month at her restaurant, Chef Adrianne’s Vineyard Restaurant and Wine Bar, in Miami. When we got to the restaurant – located in a strip mall next to a Goodyear far from the typical trendy restaurants popping up in Miami – the first things we saw were feathered boas, satin gloves, too many candles to count, and servers dressed in cabaret outfits. It was Moulin Rouge meets Vampire Diaries meets Halloween.
Calvo was voted one of the top 10 up-and-coming chefs in the state of Florida and was the youngest president of FCCLA. She competed in a National Pastry Competition held by Johnson & Wales University and received the bronze medal without any formal training. She enrolled at Johnson & Wales College of Culinary Arts in North Miami in 2002, and entered more than forty national competitions, receiving first place in ten of the competitions and runner-up in all the rest. In 2003, Calvo won Taste Down Under, an Australian culinary competition. Her winning dish was served at a dinner for the United Nations and its ambassadors, making her the youngest person to cook for the United Nations.
Our favorite red-haired chef, Adrianne Calvo, is giving your everyday recipes maximum flavor! This week’s viewer aims to win it all in the family with a kickin’ dish! Try it at home with the following recipe: Asian Ceviche Recipe