Maneet Chauhan

Women's History Month Podcast - Episode 5: Maneet Chauhan

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Throughout the month, we will be spotlighting women in business we admire and love to work with. Through pod-cast style interviews, you’ll learn  more about how they got their start, what motivates them, their mentors and more! We invite you to join us in raising a glass (or perhaps a wedge of cheese!) to women entrepreneurs everywhere because from our perspective, women who support other women are the very best kind, and there is always room at the table for greatness! 

Maneet Chauhan is an award-winning chef, author, television personality, and founding partner and president of Morph Hospitality Group, the genius collective responsible for acclaimed eateries such as Chauhan Ale & Masale, The Mockingbird, and Eet. She is a recipient of the 2012 James Beard Foundation Broadcast Media Award for her role as a permanent judge on Food Network’s “Chopped.” She is the author of two cookbooks, Flavors of My World and her most recent, Chaat: The Best Recipes from the Kitchens, Markets, and Railways of India. A culinary force to reckon with, her innovative approach continues to inspire both food enthusiasts and industry professionals alike.


"When I decided to be a chef in a community where kids were starting to be doctors and engineers, and I wanted to be a chef-people took a pause. They're like-why? Why would you want to? And my parents always said, do whatever you want to do-just make sure that you're the best at it. And that's the mantra that I have lived by." ~Maneet Chauhan


"We as women need to hang on to those two words-CAN WE? And just switch it to, WE CAN! Of course we can. What's the worst that can happen-we make a mistake? Get up, dust yourself off and do it all over again." ~Maneet Chauhan