Chef Elliott Farmer: What it's like cooking for the stars
Published July 3, 2019
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    Anyone who knows me or reads my social media posts regularly knows that cooking is not my forte. That’s one reason why sitting down with celebrity Chef Elliott Farmer on episode three of the "Southern Life Indian Wife" podcast brought me so much joy.  Chef Elliott Farmer is an Atlanta native who has more accomplishments on his resume than I could ever dream of for myself. He is a cookbook author who inspired me to publish my own book years ago. He has appeared on Food Network’s “Cutthroat Kitchen” for two seasons, his catering company provided meals for SuperBowl VII in Atlanta, filmed a pilot for Food Network’s “Atlanta Chefs,” and has made TV and film appearances, including “The Real Housewives of Atlanta.” To top that off the man has a doctoral degree in Psychology! I met Chef Elliott through my husband on the set filming his “Atlanta Chefs” pilot, and instantly fell in friendship love. In the podcast, he opens up about how his work ethic took him on a long journey from a poor childhood in Atlanta to celebrity chef and Doctor of Psychology. He talks about making love to your food, and his new catering venture associated with Jay-Z and Usher. His talk of food will make you hungry.  His charm and infectious optimism will knock your socks off and keep you wanting more. Subscribe to "Southern Life Indian Wife"where you listen to podcasts. Follow me on Instagram and Twitter and Facebook! To learn more about Chef Elliott Farmer, find him on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter and at his website. Support the show.
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