Eric Adjepong Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Net Worth, The Great Soul Food Cook-Off, and Restaurant

Eric Adjepong Biography

A native of New York City, the United States, Eric Adjepong is a contestant on season 17 of Top Chef All-Stars and a finalist on season 16 of Bravo’s Top Chef, where he acquired consistent distinction from judges and popularity among viewers.

Eric Adjepong Age

Adjepong is 34 years old as of 2021. He was born on 5 August 1987. He celebrates his birthday on 5 August every year.

Eric Adjepong Height

Adjepong stands at a height of 5 feet and 11 inches tall. His weight has not been mentioned anywhere in public. However, we will update this section as soon as the information is available.

Eric Adjepong Education

Adjepong has cooked in several Michelin-starred restaurants in New York after graduating with degrees in nutrition and culinary arts from Wales & Johnson, one of the country’s premier culinary universities. He also carries a Master of Public Health in International Public Health Nutrition from the University of Westminster in London.

Eric Adjepong Family

Adjepong was born in New York City, the United States to his parents; Abena Agyeman, his mother, and Benjamin Adjepong, his father. His parents immigrated from Ghana to New York in 1984. Moreover, he grew up with three siblings with a deep association to Ghanaian culture.

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Eric Adjepong Wife

Adjepong is happily married to his lovely wife Janell Davis-Mack, a decor consultant and human resources specialist. The partners met through Facebook and after dating for years they were engaged in 2016 and tied the knot on 21 May 2017. They were blessed with a daughter named Lennox who was born on September 6, 2018.

Eric Adjepong Net Worth

Adjepong has an estimated net worth of between $1 Million – $5 Million.

Eric Adjepong The Great Soul Food Cook-Off | OWN

Adjepong is a judge of OWN TV’s reality show The Great Soul Food Cook-Off. However, the show premiered on May 6, 2022, where he judges alongside chef Melba Wilson. The show is “a first-of-its-kind soul food cooking competition series celebrating Black chefs and the Black culinary traditions that are the cornerstone of American cuisine”

Eric Adjepong Career

Adjepong is a personal caterer, chef, and public nutrition &  health professional. He was a finalist on season 16 of Bravo’s Top Chef and a competitor on season 17 of Top Chef All-Stars. As a first-generation Ghanaian-American born and raised in New York City, Chef Adjepong sources the tastes and impacts in his cooking from many of the West African dishes he grew up eating. He is devoted to presenting diners to West African cuisine and the influence its diaspora has had on the Caribbean, Latin American, South American,  and American food, all in his elegant, artfully plated style.

He has cooked in several Michelin-starred restaurants in New York after graduating with degrees in culinary arts and nutrition from Johnson & Wales, one of the country’s premier culinary universities. He also holds a Master of Public Health in International Public Health Nutrition from the University of Westminster in London.

Eric Adjepong Restaurant

Adjepong will open a fast-casual counter selling doubles and roti flatbreads— popular street snacks from South Asia and Caribbean islands made of spiced chickpeas and fry bread— this spring in Northeast D.C.’s Union Market food hall.

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