Alexandra Guarnaschelli was born on the 20th June 1972, in New York City, USA and is a chef and a cookbook author, most famous as an executive chef at New York City’s Butter restaurant, as a former executive chef of the award-winning restaurant The Darby, as well as a TV personality on the Food Network’s culinary shows.Have you ever wondered how much wealth this gourmet expert and culinary specialist has accumulated? According to sources, it is estimated that Guarnaschelli’s overall net worth, as of early 2016, is $1.5 million.It has mostly been acquired throughout her professional career as a chef, now spanning almost 25 years.

Alex took her first steps towards cooking at the age of seven, while helping her mother, a famous cookbook editor, to test numerous recipes and edit cookbooks.

Alex matriculated from college preparatory Horace Mann School and later enrolled at Bernard College, a private woman’s liberal arts college from which she graduated in 1991.

Her first professional assignment came soon after graduation when she began cooking under the tutelage of Larry Forgione, an acclaimed American chef and founder of An American Place, one of the famous New York City restaurants.

Alex Guarnaschelli tempered her cooking skills in various prestigious restaurants in France, New York and Los Angeles, including her mentor’s An American Place, and Guy Savoy’s La Butte Chaillot in Paris.

All these engagements provided the basis for Alex’s net worth.

Prior to landing as the executive chef of Butter restaurant, Alex worked at Daniel Boulud’s New York City restaurant Daniel, and afterwards at Joachim Splichal’s Patina in Los Angeles.

She was also an executive chef at The Darby before its closing, a modern dining and cabaret concept based in “Big Apple”.

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