Daniel Angerer is a well known chef at the upscale restaurant known as Klee Brasserie which is located in the New York City. The chef is particularly known for his minimal cooking style. He insists on using fresh ingredients and his recipes are simple which result in elegant dishes. He is also fastidious about using fresh herbs for seasoning the dishes he cooks.
The chef was shot to fame after he beat the noted chef and competitor Bobby Flay on the reality cooking show, Iron Chef aired by Food Network.
Known for creating many innovative dishes, the chef found himself at the center of controversy when he started making dishes with human milk cheese.
He is currently the owner as well as the executive chef of Klee Brasserie and has created his signature style of cooking known as ‘Cuisine Vitale’.
Professional Life Of Chef Angerer
Daniel Angerer obtained a degree of hotel and restaurant management, Austria before he decided to become a chef. His early years as a chef were spent at Paris under the tutelage of Joel Robuchon. Angerer has travelled widely across Europe particularly through Switzerland, Belgium, Italy and Germany in order to hone his culinary skills. The food experts like David Bouley and Tony May have also worked together with Daniel Angerer.
The chef began working at the San Domenico and Jean Georges after coming back to the United States of America. The expensive and up market restaurant Klee was launched in 2006 by Angerer and Lori Mason.
Achievements of Chef Angerer
• Daniel Angerer beat the world famous Austrian chef Bobby Flay in an episode of the Seventh Season of Iron Chef.
• Angerer also stunned the world by revealing that he had been serving dishes made from human milk cheese.
• His blogs are followed by a number of food lovers as he puts up imaginative and original recipes as well as creative ideas on his website.
Cookbooks Written By Chef Angerer
The chef is currently working on his first cookbook tentatively titled ‘Sugar from Peas and Butter from Lettuce’.
Daniel Angerer: Trivia
Daniel Angerer’s blogs often feature embarrassing photographs that are termed as food porn by the gastronomic experts.