Chef Chris Cosentino
"Raised on a unique culinary blend of homemade pastas, locally caught Atlantic seafood and that old fashioned Yankee fare, Chris Cosentino's Rhode Island upbringing inspired his creativity in the kitchen from a very young age. Now, across the continent, Cosentino is creating his own traditions. Cosentino gain notoriety at Incanto in 2002 where his innovative Italian cooking drew critical acclaim. Internationally regarded as an expert in whole animal cookery, Cosentino opened Cockscomb in 2014, showcasing a range of sustainable meat cuts and dishes inspired by the city’s culinary history. Cosentino has appeared on Food Network’s “Next Iron Chef America,” “Chefs vs. City,” and BRAVO's "Top Chef Masters.”
Chris Cosentino Restaurants include: Acacia House (St. Helena), Cockscomb (San Francisco, SoMa District), Boccalone artisanal salumeria (San Francisco, Ferry Building), Jack Rabbit (Portland)"