Chef Faye Hess began her cooking career in film and television production in New York City. In the following years she focused on fine dining affairs for private clients. She wrote and produced a radio show for WBAI in NYC called “In the Kitchen”, started LIC Brick in Queens. She then moved to Italy to teach and learn and then back to her beloved Queens where she now lives. She continues to teach cooking in Italy, Spain
Faye Hess is co creator of dimmi tutto, the virtual cooking class and Italian tour of Le Marche.
She co created 51st bakery and cafe in Long Island City, Queens.
Faye has been featured in National Geographic’s Travel Blog, in Food52 by Amanda Hesser and doesn’t like to think about it, but was a contestant on Food Network’s “Chopped.”
Faye: I am home recovering from a broken shoulder, one of the benefits of which is being able to read your side with a leisurely cup of coffee each morning. Can’t wait to try the pasta with romano and black pepper. Cheers. Tommy