The Chefs Without Restaurants Podcast – Episode 52 Los Angeles Chef Christina Xenos of Sweet Greek Personal Chef Services

The Chefs Without Restaurants Podcast – Episode 52 Los Angeles Chef Christina Xenos of Sweet Greek Personal Chef Services

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On this episode, we have Christina Xenos. She is a Los Angeles-based personal chef, and owner of Sweet Greek Personal Chef Services. She’s also a recipe developer, does cooking classes and is the co-author of Opa. The healthy Greek Cookbook. She was also recently on an episode of “A New Leaf” on NBC, and The Cooking Channel’s Food: Fact or Fiction.

We discuss Greek cooking, getting on a national TV show, how Covid-19 has impacted her personal chef business, and cooking at The James Beard House with chef Argiro Barbarigou.

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Some of her favorite culinary resources are Sally’s Baking Addiction, Husbands That Cook and Ina Garten

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