Culinary Pros at Home: A Baker, a Nutrionist and a Private Chef Invite Us Into Their Kitchens

By Deborah Pappalau / Photography By Naomi Henry | Last Updated December 15, 2014
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Putting on an apron and diving into a recipe can be a thrilling thing after a long day spent working at a desk. Relaxing even. We wondered if it's the same for culinary professionals whose days revolve around food. Could it be that when they hang up their work aprons for the night they cook some more for fun? Do they daydream about hosting dinner parties like we do? To find out, we asked three local food pros with varied career focuses–a baker, a nutritionist and a private chef–to invite us into their home kitchens.

Here are their stories.

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