Diane DiMeo Biography

Diane Dimeo is an American celebrity chef well known as the chef and owner of the restaurant barRachos in Brooklyn, New York Chef Diane DiMeo. She is also known as an Executive Chef, Pastry Chef, and Executive Chef Consultant and has helped open more than ten restaurants.

Diane DiMeo Age

Diane was born in the United States. However, her exact date of birth is not yet known to the public. As such, it is difficult to establish her actual age or when she celebrates her birthday. Nevertheless, we are keeping tabs and will update you once this information is available.

Diane DiMeo Net Worth

Chef Diane has not revealed her net worth. She is a simple person and never likes to attract public attention by publicly displaying her wealth.

Diane DiMeo Height and Weight

Diane stands at an average height and has a moderate body weight.

Diane DiMeo Family, Parents, and Siblings

After doing our research, details about Diane’s parents are not known to the public and it is also not known if she has any siblings. However, this information will be updated as soon as it is available.

Diane DiMeo Husband

Diane likes to keep her personal life private hence information about her dating and love life is under research. It is not known whether she is married, dating, or has any children. However, this information will be updated as soon as it is available.

Diane DiMeo Chef and Chopped

Chef Diane started her career as the champion of the Food Network chef competition show Chopped. She got to be the runner-up on the show The Taste the ABC. She got featured on TV shows such as Good Morning America, Fox News, The Better Show, and Chef al Rescate on The Learning Channel (TLC) and Discovery Networks International.

Diane has also appeared in several publications including New York Magazine, Eater, GrubStreet, The New York Times, Los Angeles Times, TimeOut, Travel & Leisure Latin America, Esquire Magazine, Details Magazine, Food & travel Latin America, Chilango (Mexico), MasarykTV (Mexico), The Book of Life (Mexico), El Financiero (Mexico), Reforma (Mexico) and Travel Times (Mexico).

Her TV shows have been aired both in Latin America. She as well as an online cooking show “Chef Diane DiMeo’’, which showcases her cooking an array of different cuisines and is aired globally. She is has been featured in some of the most renowned Food & Wine Festivals, including the WFF NYC, October 2015, St Regis Monarch Beach, August 2015, and The Punta Mita St Regis Beach Festival, July 2015.

Diane DiMeo Restaurants

Chef Diane works as an Executive Chef, Pastry Chef, and as an Executive Chef Consultant, and with the knowledge ranges of build-out, renovations, design, financials, and training. Her restaurants include The Imanta Resort, Red Bull Music Academy NYC 2014, Patois, Le Deux, Pearl, 1834 Burger Bar, Lemongrass, Ottos, Blackhorse, The Attic, Taina Café, Lexington Social, Black Duck, Havana Café, Ashton’s Alley, Mezze, Mamajuanas, and Brassa. Her restaurant credits in Mexico City include Deli & Vine, in Mexico City’s most thriving location, Polanco.

She opens a second restaurant that is a fusion of Latin & Asian flavors, in Mexico City’s second most thriving locations: Roma Norte called ‘Rice’. Rice and Chef Diane DiMeo have already been featured in some of the top publications in Latin America. Chef DiMeo is also featured in a cookbook, “Mexico de Mis Sabores: Mexican Food and Wine Pairing,” that just received the ‘Gourmand Cookbook Award’ and the book is now in the running for Best in the World in its’ category.

She as well features recipes from Rick Bayless, José Andrés, and Richie Sandoval. Her newest ventures will focus on the workforce in Mexico, and creating jobs through manufacturing. Her first endeavor is creating Farm Fresh Bags with CiNiA, a manufacturer that employs handicapped and disabled people.

Diane DiMeo Beat Bobby Flay

Russo competed against Diane, executive chef, and owner of BarRachos Mexican restaurant in Brooklyn. The ingredient chosen by Bobby Flay was tuna steak. Russo created a dish with Hawaiin and French influences, a surf-and-turf style seared tuna with bacon, mushrooms, and Swiss chard in cinnamon, red wine gastrique.

DiMeo prepared smoked sashimi tuna with mint chimichurri, grilled tomatoes, corn, and pickled red onion. Although DiMeo’s dish was disconnected and her tuna not properly seared, judge Margaret Cho claimed Russo’s sauce was too sweet. In a joint consensus, Cho and Allen gave Russo the boot, ending his chances.

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