Anna Francese Gass

Chef & Cookbook Author
Anna Francese Gass
Anna Francese Gass is a chef, author and TV personality. She is a classically trained chef but also a mother of three so her cooking skills run the gamut.

UPCOMING EVENTS

Italian Dining Al Fresco

Italian Dining Al Fresco

Saturday, August 28th, 11am-12pm PT / 2pm-3pm ET

Want to host the ultimate, elevated backyard dinner party? I'll show you three easy recipes that require little prep but lots of pizzazz. We will run through an appetizer, dinner and dessert in under an hour with lots of time for questions and comments.

Want to host the ultimate, elevated backyard dinner party? I'll show you three easy recipes that require little prep but lots of pizzazz. We will run through an appetizer, dinner and dessert in under an hour with lots of time for questions and comments.

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Bio

Anna Francese Gass grew up in a small town on the Rhode Island shore, before moving to New York City to study at New York University.  After a stint in the corporate world, she decided she was much happier in the kitchen instead of an office cubicle.  She quit her fast paced sales job and enrolled in Culinary Arts at the French Culinary Institute (now ICC) to follow her dream to cook professionally.  Soon thereafter, she found her niche in the test kitchens of Martha Stewart Living, Whole Foods and Mad Hungry.  Currently, she is a regular contributing editor and recipe tester for Food52, Bon Appetit and contributing writer for MSN.com.  She has been featured on Food Network and appears regularly on Good Morning America. She is currently celebrating the release of her first cookbook, Heirloom Kitchen - Heritage Recipes and Family Stories From The Tables of Immigrant Women.  She has created a successful blog, www.annasheirloomkitchen.com and Instagram @annafgass.

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