About The Unknown Chef

My father was born in Naples, Italy and he taught me how to cook when I was very young. I remember standing on my toes as I watched my father saute’  garlic while getting ready to make his great tasting pasta sauce.  I joined the Air Force right out of high school and was sent to Japan where I learned to cook Japanese food. Since I was born with a love for noodles, I fit in very well in Japan.  They slurped noodles all day and the louder you slurped your noodles the more of a compliment went to the chef.

The more I traveled around the world the more I loved foods from different countries.

Over time my tastes become so diverse that I  started experimenting with many of my own original recipes.  One of my favorite recipes is one where I combine Thai spices with traditional Italian spices.  I stuff a chicken breast with prawns, pesto and Thai spices. Of course, Italian food remains my favorite food and you’ll find many recipes with lots of garlic.

A few years back I won a couple of cooking competitions for the best Pizza and the best Pasta.  That really motivated me to make a web-site so I can teach others how to make pizza……..my favorite food.

Blooging is new to me so I will be adding recipes a little at a  time.  Enjoy my recipes and please let me know how you like them.


4 Responses to About The Unknown Chef

  1. Phet says:


    I was wondering if you would be interested in link exchange?

    Thank you,

  2. unknownchefvinny says:

    Love to exchange links with you. Thai food is one of my favorite foods and your blog has some great looking recipes that I will be trying this week.

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