Sharpen your knife, make mistakes and start feeding your curiosity about food.
Alicia Walter is a sustainable foods storyteller and interpreter with a passion for vegetables. She is an engaging and creative chef instructor who has led cooking classes and conducted demonstrations at the New York Botanical Gardens, Eataly NY, farmers markets, private homes and even out of her Airstream. She has also cooked live on Fox 4 and CBS 11 more than a dozen times. Her writing has appeared in Vegetarian Times magazine and in various blogs and newsletters.
Alicia has a certificate in Advanced Food Studies and Sustainability from the Università di Scienze Gastronomiche in Bra, Italy. She also graduated from the Chefs Training Program at The Natural Gourmet Institute and has a Bachelor’s of Liberal Studies. Alicia has worked on biodynamic and organic farms and cooked in kitchens with farms in Boulder, Santa Barbara, NYC and Orval, Belgium.
She is a member of the Culinary Historians of New York, Association for the Study of Food and Society, New York Women’s Culinary Alliance and Slow Food.
She lives with her right-brained husband and two black cats in NYC.