Chef Guy Mitchell is a graduate of the Culinary Institute of America and apprenticed at the Waldorf –Astoria Hotel in New York City. He sits on The Board of Directors for the New York City Culinary Academy.
Chef Guy Mitchell has served as Executive Chef for the Philadelphia Eagles, all of the “Rocky” Hollywood film sets and has hosted the famous QVC television show as well as The Atlantic City and Philadelphia Food and Wine Festivals. Chef Guy Mitchell has cooked for the Academy Awards and while working in New York, has served as Executive Chef for David Rockefeller in his distinguished Montauk Yacht Club on Star Island. He also worked with Chef Ron Duprat at the James Beard Foundation in New York City.
Through Chef Guy’s arising accomplishments, he has had the unique pleasure of working closely with the White House and the Vice Presidents’ residence to host special engagements with the Presidents’ and Vice Presidents’ chefs. He recently was invited by the Commander Navy Installations Command as a guest Judge for the CNIC Navy-Wide Culinary Competition. Navy Chefs are selected from their region to fly to Washington D.C. to compete against each other. Some of these Navy chefs are later chosen to work at the White House Navy Mess, the Vice Presidents’ Residence, the Pentagon and other high ranking Navy Installations. Chef Guy was awarded the MCPON coin from the Master Chief Petty Officer of the Navy, Rick D. West for his service.
He has also had the great pleasure of working with such famous chefs such as Emeril Lagasse, Morimoto, Bobby Flay, Paula Deen, Guy Fieri, Robert Irvine, Tyler Florence, Ingrid Hoffman, Duff Goldman (Ace of Cakes) and Giada De Laurentiis, all from the Food Network.
Chef Guy has currently created a group of former White House Chefs called the “White House Chefs on Tour” where they travel the east coast performing food demonstrations at culinary schools, fund raisers, wine and food festivals and other events. He is also working on a Food Show called “Burning Down the House” to be aired on WMCN TV (a local channel in Atlantic City) starting in May 2012.
However, Chef Guy is not all business! During the 9/11 Tragedy, he hosted a fundraiser and raised $20,000 for the Fireman’s Burn Center in New York City. He also was a part of the Hurricane Katrina fundraiser, which raised $50,000. During his accomplished career, he has also become a Noted Mastery of Culinary Creations. It was documented in the restaurant reviews by Mr. Richard Burn, “His 30 years of experience clearly shows in his dishes”.