Who is Diane Kochilas' Husband? Details of Her Married Life
Grab all the details on the husband and married life of the celebrity chef and cookbook author Diane Kochilas.
Diane Kochilas is a wealthy Greek American cookbook author, celebrity chef, and cooking school, owner. She is well recognized for her appearances on several television programs like 'Throwdown! with Bobby Flay,' 'Bizarre Foods with Andrew Zimmern,' 'The Today Show,' 'PBS News Hour,' and 'Martha Stewart.' Kochilas is aware of her eating habits and makes an attempt to eat as healthy a diet as possible.
Similarly, Diane Kochilas hosted the TV cooking show Τι Θα Φάμε Σήμερα Μαμά; (What Are We Going to Eat Today, Mom?) on Alpha Channel in Greece and Sigma in Cyprus. Also, as a cooking school owner, she runs the Glorious Greek Kitchen Cooking School on the Blue-Zone Greek Island of Ikaria. Besides her professional life, people also are eager to learn about the personal and married life of the chef. Therefore, we compiled details on her husband and relationship status in the sections below.
Who is Diane Kochilas' Husband?
Diane Kochilas is currently married to her husband, Vasilis Stenos. The couple had tied the knot way back in 1984 and have been together ever since. That means, the duo is in a marriage of over 38 years, which is an incredibly long time to remain married. But the two have been keeping the spark alive all these years, nourishing the relationship on mutual compromise, understanding, and trust.
Diane Kochilas is currently married to her husband, Vasilis Stenos.
Source: Neos Kosmos
Vassilis Stenos is a painter by profession. Diane Kochilas and her husband are involved in running their culinary businesses together. They own and operate Glorious Greek Food, a recreational cooking school on the Blue Zone island of Ikaria. Additionally, they conduct regular week-long cooking classes and organize culinary tours around Greece for interested travelers, foodies, and food and beverage professionals.
The married duo shares two children, Kyveli and Yiorgo. The family divides their time living between New York City, Athens, and Ikaria.
Diane Kochilas' Early Life
Diane Kochilas was born in New York City, United States, to parents who were Greek immigrants. Her native Greek father, Thomas Kochilas, and a Greek-Italian-American mother, Zoe Picos, raised her in Jackson Heights, Queens. She attended Greek parochial elementary schools and New York City public high school.
Diane Kochilas was born in New York City, United States.
Diane Kochilas attended New York University, where she graduated with a B.A. in Journalism in 1981. Her father, a Greek immigrant from the island of Ikaria, was a professional chef and an early influence before passing away in 1970 when Kochilas was 10. She visited Greece and her father's native village of Christos, Raches, for the first time at the age of 12. There she began to develop her interest in food and cooking.
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