Leah Cohen got her first break in the business landing a job with David Burke at Park Avenue Café in New York City. Burke encouraged her to travel to Italy where she cooked at the Michelin-stared restaurant, La Madia, in Sicily. Upon returning, she was hired at Eleven Madison Park, where she toiled under Chef Daniel Humm. Later, Cohen went to work for Anne Burrell at Centro Vinoteca, also in Manhattan. While there, she took a break to compete on Bravo’s Top Chef, where she ...

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