Jeremy Ford from "Top Chef" is one of the chefs competing in season 13 of the Bravo reality cooking competition. He is the chef de cuisine at the Matador Room by Jean-Georges. Born in Jacksonville, Florida, he is currently living in Miami, Florida. His favorite simple fall dessert recipe is Kambocha Pumpkin Strudel with Ginger Ice Cream.

Chef Jeremy Ford began his career in the culinary industry at sixteen years old as Garde Manger at Mathews, a four-star Mediterranean style restaurant, where he cultivated the basic skill of mincing vegetables. A year later, he packed up and moved to Los Angeles to work at the world-renowned restaurant L'Orangerie under the helm of executive chef Christophe Eme. Not speaking a word of French in an all-French kitchen proved an asset as Jeremy absorbed skills by watching how the culinary team handled the fine ingredients and filleted their fish with care. He later moved on to work with master chef Joachim Splichal at Patina. Jeremy beat out thirty other chefs in a two-day competition to get his current executive chef position at Matador Room by Jean-Georges.




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Age: ∼31 years old
Birthplace: Jacksonville, FL
Current Residence: Miami, FL


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