58 min

Victoria Blamey: Breaking Free On The Pass

    • Food

It's no surprise that being a chef is challenging — the commitment, hours, and lack of sleep that all strains relationships. Now add the layer of being a South American female in what has been a predominately white male environment which has made it even harder to get ahead. This has been chef Victoria Blamey’s experience over the past 17+ years.
 
 
In reference to Victoria in Episode 31, chef Dan Barber said, “anyone who’s had her experience, any man who’s accomplished what she’s accomplished, would be at the top ranks of the profession.”
 
 
Born in Santiago, Chile, Victoria has worked all over the world in some of the best fine dining establishments. She's cut her teeth at restaurants like The Vineyard at Stockcross, Interlude in Melbourne, Mugaritz in San Sebastian, Atera in NYC, and many others before becoming the Executive chef of legacy restaurants like Chumley's and Gotham Bar & Grill.
 
In today's episode, Victoria shares what’s it like to finally break out of the constraints that's held her back from fully expressing herself. We talk about her recent residency at Stone Barnes, her residency at Fulgurances in Brooklyn, and her hope for the future. 
 
 
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It's no surprise that being a chef is challenging — the commitment, hours, and lack of sleep that all strains relationships. Now add the layer of being a South American female in what has been a predominately white male environment which has made it even harder to get ahead. This has been chef Victoria Blamey’s experience over the past 17+ years.
 
 
In reference to Victoria in Episode 31, chef Dan Barber said, “anyone who’s had her experience, any man who’s accomplished what she’s accomplished, would be at the top ranks of the profession.”
 
 
Born in Santiago, Chile, Victoria has worked all over the world in some of the best fine dining establishments. She's cut her teeth at restaurants like The Vineyard at Stockcross, Interlude in Melbourne, Mugaritz in San Sebastian, Atera in NYC, and many others before becoming the Executive chef of legacy restaurants like Chumley's and Gotham Bar & Grill.
 
In today's episode, Victoria shares what’s it like to finally break out of the constraints that's held her back from fully expressing herself. We talk about her recent residency at Stone Barnes, her residency at Fulgurances in Brooklyn, and her hope for the future. 
 
 
For more information on Gaggenau:
https://bit.ly/3AcIaiD


Follow Gaggenau on Instagram:
https://bit.ly/2VeMPCb

 
 
For more info on Victoria Blamey:
https://bit.ly/3k2JMFw
 
 
Follow Victoria on Instagram:
https://bit.ly/3k3vHYg
 
 
For more info on The Art of Plating:
https://bit.ly/3kEvQ6r
 
 
Sign up for our Newsletter:
https://bit.ly/2TrNfEg
 
 
Follow The Art of Plating: 
https://bit.ly/3isPJLa
 
 
Follow On The Pass:
https://bit.ly/3BpHckD
 
 
Follow our Host, Gabriel Ornelas:
https://bit.ly/3hTpONC
 
 
Ask about our creative agency, FARE:
https://madebyfare.com

58 min