Chuck Hughes (chef)

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Chuck Hughes
Born Charles Hughes
(1976-12-31) December 31, 1976 (age 37) [1]
Montréal, Québec, Canada
Culinary career

Chuck Hughes is a French-Canadian chef, television personality, and restaurateur. He is the chef and co-owner of Garde Manger[2][3] and Le Bremner,[4] located in Old Montréal, with partners Tim Rozon and Kyle Marshall Nares.[5]

He became a celebrity chef[6] as the host of the English language cooking series Chuck's Day Off on the Food Network in Canada and on Cooking Channel in the United States. Since then, he has hosted a travel and cooking show called Chuck's Week Off: Mexico, and Chuck's Eat The Street, where he explores foods along a street in cities around the United States.[7]

Hughes competed on the American cooking show, Iron Chef America, defeating Iron Chef Bobby Flay, becoming the youngest Canadian chef to win, and only the third to do so.[8][9][10] He was a competitor on Food Network's The Next Iron Chef: Super Chefs competition.

Chef Hughes is currently a judge on Chopped: Canada.

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