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5 Famous Local Chefs

a. Annie Carmona-Lim - popularly known as Chef Annie or Chocolate Queen, is a pastry chef, entrepreneur, and television host in the Philippines.
- In 1995, Lim established Castle of Baking and Confectionery Arts, a culinary school housed in a castle-like edifice in Quezon City, Philippines. She also opened Chocolate Lovers Incorporated, a retailer and wholesaler of baking and confectionery supplies.
- Lim has hosted Sweet Sense, a cooking show, and Creative Life, a magazine show focusing on cooking, gardening, and interior design. Both shows have been aired in ABC-5 Television Network.

b. Eugenio R. Gonzalez - popularly known as Chef Gene, is a Filipino Chef, Restauranteur, Educator, Management Consultant, and Author.
- He is the founder and president of the Center for Asian Culinary Studies.
- In 1981, at age 23, he opened Cafe Ysabel Restaurant in San Juan City, Philippines. He is currently the Head Instructor to the Professional and Recreational Chef Courses of the Center for Asian Culinary Studies.

c. Heny Sison - popularly known as Chef Heny, is a pastry chef, cake decorator, and television host in the Philippines.
- Sison started working as an economic researcher and financial analyst. She enrolled in culinary classes to cultivate her interest in baking and cake decorating. She eventually resigned and started a business making birthday and wedding cakes as well as teaching baking and cake decorating.
- In 1985, Sison opened the Heny Sison School of Cake Decorating and Baking. Later, she renamed it to Heny Sison Culinary School after adding cooking classes to her regular baking repertoire to provide a more comprehensive culinary education.

d. Nora Guanzon Villanueva-Daza - popularly known as Chef Nora Daza, is a veteran gourmet chef, restaurateur, socio-civic leader, television host, and cookbook author in…...

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