Anthony LoGerfo, Aprons Staff
Anthony LoGerfo joined Aprons Cooking School in October 2010. Coming from an Italian background, food and family have always been a big part of his life. At an early age he learned the basics of old-school-home-style cooking from his parents, grandparents, and relatives, which led him to seek out his first professional job in the food industry. At the age of 16— Anthony was hired as a prep cook at a local Gourmet Shop in NY. Learning the proper way to prepare and present an array of exotic dishes, homemade pastas and delicate desserts. From there Anthony moved on to a fast-paced, full-service restaurant on Long Island, working his way up from prep cook to Head Chef/Kitchen Manager. It was then he realized he could never love any other profession more than cooking. In 1991 Anthony graduated from the French Culinary studying under the world renowned Master Chef, Jaques Pepin. He learned the most important lessons about traditional French cuisine, food preservation, safety, and technique. From there Anthony experimented with a variety of international cuisines including, Asian, Middle Eastern, Caribbean, Mediterranean, and good old home style cooking. In May 2004, Anthony opened and operated “A Bite to Eat” in Pompano Beach, creating a successful restaurant/cafe, catering to the surrounding businesses and local residents.
After 3 short years with Publix, Anthony has been promoted to Resident Chef of our 9th Aprons Cooking School in Orlando. Still sharing his passion for food, culinary knowledge, and expertise so that you too can "learn to have fun in the kitchen".