Stephanie Alexander Wiki, Age, Height, Net Worth, Biography, Husband

Stephanie Alexander is a well-known Australian cook and she also owns a restaurant. Stephanie also loves to write about food and share recipes. She is old yet she is one of the most active cooks who can turn a bad day into a good one just with her cooking skills. It is also known that she is the niece of Wilfred Burchett, who is a famous Australian journalist.

Stephanie AlexanderBorn

13 November 1940 (76 Years Old)

Parents

Mother: Mary Burchette

Marital Status: Married

Children: One

Net Worth: Not Known

Income Sources

One of the major source of income for Stephanie is her restaurant. She started her restaurant in 1964 and it had been a great success. She also earned through the books that she published and a small chunk of income came through Kitchen Garden Foundation where piloted a few programs.

Personal Background

Stephanie revealed that her childhood was spend in Australia and the person who influenced her life the most was her mother. It is known that Stephanie started her education with an aim of becoming a librarian but she later became a chef.

Career Graph

It is known that Stephanie started her first restaurant in 1964 and the name of the restaurant is Jamaican House. She started her second restaurant in 1976 which was again a huge success. Her restaurant was shut down in 1997 after successful operation of about 21 years. Later she started working on cook books. One of the famous book she wrote was ‘The Cook’s Companion’. She also established one of the foundation known as Kitchen Garden Foundation, this was established in 2004. It is basically a Not for Profit organization that supports the establishment of Kitchen Garden in schools. It is also known that Stephanie washonored with the Medal of the Order of Australia. She was given this award because of the services she provided to hospitality and tourist industry. She was also awarded with Centenary Medal for serving the food and wine industry in Victoria. She has reached the position because of her hard work and dedication towards the food. In 2014, she was honored again by her appointment as Officer of the Order of Australia for distinguished service to education through the design and formation of schools-based learning programs endorsingbetter food and eating choices for children. During her life time, she had a rising career graph which everyone years for.

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