BIO

BIO
Cybille St.Aude is a Haitian American chef and children’s book author born and raised on Long Island, New York. Between her fifteen year career in the restaurant industry and her degree in African American Studies specializing in Caribbean culture & aesthetics in America, she has found a niche in cultivating a “NewCaribbean” food experience that translates the history and expressions of a culture into decadent recipes often combining techniques and ingredients from all over the world. 
Chef Cybille has appeared on season thirty-five of Food Network’sChopped,” has participated in the first annual Creole Food Festivalin New York City, and most recently cooked in the 8th edition of Goût et Saveurs Lakay (HaitiFood & Spirits Festival) which takes place every September in Port au Prince. 

She is currently hosting Haitian gastronomy fusion pop-ups through CAONA and freelancing as a private chef and culinary consultant with Earthseed Provisions in the New York metro area.