Diane Kochilas Net Worth - The Complete Breakdown
Grab all the details on the net worth of the Greek chef and cookbook author Diane Kochilas.
Diane Kochilas is a renowned Greek American cookbook author, celebrity chef, and cooking school, owner. She is well recognized from her appearances on several American television programs like 'Throwdown! with Bobby Flay,' 'Bizarre Foods with Andrew Zimmern,' 'The Today Show,' 'PBS News Hour,' and 'Martha Stewart.'
In her home country Greece, Diane Kochilas hosts the TV cooking show Τι Θα Φάμε Σήμερα Μαμά; (What Are We Going to Eat Today, Mom?) on Alpha Channel and Sigma in Cyprus. Additionally, she runs the Glorious Greek Kitchen Cooking School on the Blue-Zone Greek Island of Ikaria. As one of the most recognized persons in the culinary sector, many people also want to learn about how much wealth the chef has accumulated over the years. Below we compiled some details related to the earnings and net worth of Diane Kochilas.
What is Diane Kochilas' Net Worth?
The celebrity chef, cookbook author, and cooking school owner, Diane Kochilas, holds an estimated net worth of $2 million as of July 2020. She made nearly the entire amount of her net worth from her work in the culinary sector.
Diane Kochilas holds an estimated net worth of $2 million as of July 2020.
Diane Kochilas is a consulting chef and has helped open many Greek restaurants in North America, including Volos in Toronto, Canada, Axia in Bergen County, New Jersey, and Avli in Winnetka, Illinois. She worked as a consulting chef at Pylos Restaurant in New York City from 2004 to 2013. Additionally, Diane worked as a collaborating chef at Molyvos in New York City from January 2015 to December 2016.
Diane Kochilas currently works as a consulting chef at Committee, a meze-concept restaurant in Boston, Massachusetts. As a celebrity chef, she has made appearances on several American television programs like 'Throwdown! with Bobby Flay,' 'Bizarre Foods with Andrew Zimmern,' 'The Today Show,' 'PBS News Hour,' and 'Martha Stewart.'
As a culinary writer, Diane Kochilas is a frequent contributor to many American and international publications, including 'The Washington Post,' 'The Huffington Post,' 'Saveur Magazine,' 'The New York Times,' 'The Los Angeles Times,' 'Gourmet,' 'Food & Wine,' and 'EatingWell.' Additionally, she is an author of 18 books on Greek and Mediterranean cuisine.
Diane Kochilas' Early Life
Dianne Kochilas was born in New York to a native Greek father, Thomas Kochilas, and a Greek-Italian-American mother, Zoe Picos. She grew up in Jackson Heights, Queens. As a child, she attended Greek parochial elementary schools and New York City public high school.
Dianne Kochilas was born in New York City.
After graduating from high school, Dianne Kochilas attended New York University, where she graduated with a B.A. in Journalism in 1981. Kochilas' 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 when she developed her interest in food and cooking.
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