Meltem Conant


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Meltem Conant is the wife to Chef Scott Conant and they got married in the year 2007. Chef Scott Conant is known as the celebrity Judge of Chopped and he is a happily married man. The two got married while in Turkey after being together for some years. However, more details about their marriage are not easily found since the marriage was attended by close family and friends and it was a private affair. The couple is happily married and they were blessed with two daughters. They were born in few years of the marriage. One of the daughters is called Ayla Conant and she attends the show of his father with her mother, while the name of the second daughter is yet to be revealed.

When it comes to biography of Meltem Conant, she is largely known as the wife of Scott Conant and the information about her, what she does and her career are not available.

Scott Conant is known as a cookbook author, restaurateur and celebrity chef. He became to be well known as the owner of the three-star New York restaurants called L’Impero and Scarpetta NY. He was also in charge four stars Scarpetta Hotel in Miami. Now he is a judge at the Chopped show which appears at Food Network.

Scott Conant was born in the year 1971 and he is of American citizenship and Italian for his ethnicity. He grew up in the city of Waterbury, in Connecticut, in the city of United States. He got interested in cooking when he was still young and took the cooking classes from the time he was only 11 years old.

At the age of 15, he attended W.F Kaynor Technical High School to learn about the Culinary Arts. Afterwards, he went to Culinary Institute of America. While studying, he became the intern at San Domenico, the best restaurant in New York City. When he finished the studies, he went to Germany where he learnt the pastry art in Hotel Bayerischer Hof.

Scott spent a full year in the country of Germany and then returned to live in United States. This is where he worked like a sous chef and he helped the restaurant to get three stars at The New York Times. In the year 1995, Cesare Casella chose him to become Chef De Cuisine for II Toscanaccio. This is an Upper East Side Tuscan-style restaurant. After one year, Conant went on and revamped two different institutions. They were Chianti at Upper East Side and then Barolo found in Soho.

He worked like the executive chef for the City Eatery found at Bowery in the city of New York. He started also to appear on the television with The Today Show. He became a champion for Chopped All-Stars in its third season. By now, he has already three books under his name.



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