As it is said, good food is the key to people's hearts. Well, it won't be wrong to consider that the famous chef Samin Nosrat does have magic on her cuisine that succeeds to overwhelm people’s hearts. Her cooking style is unique and divine that can manipulate anyone she desires. Her mouth-watering and finger-licking dishes are in her spirits.
Samin Nosrat is popular for her cookbook Salt, Fat, Acid, Heat which was successful enough to get enlisted on the top-selling cookbook by the famous The New York Times. She even served her amazing cooking tips and tricks as a food columnist for The New York Times since 2017. Besides, she has appeared in Netflix series Cooked.
Her cookbook Salt, Fat, Acid, Heat symbolizes the four main ingredients that sum up with any dish you make: Salt enhances the taste while fat adds flavor, Acid balances the flavor and heat determine the textures of the foods.
Samin is better known as a writer and a producer of Salt-Fat-Acid-Heat, CBS This Morning: Saturday and Saturday Kitchen. Behind career success, there was an influence of her love life.
A great food columnist, Samin wasn’t dreaming about her dream job as a chef but as a doctor until her man took her to a restaurant. While enrolling at the University of California, she and her boyfriend went to the city’s famous restaurant, Chez Panisse. Although it took a while for them to visit Chez Panisse, it didn’t take a single thought for her to change her dream job. She was so impressed by their service and hospitality, that is when she decided to work as a busser at the Chez Panisse.
Apart from that, Samin's romantic love life has been somewhat a secretive topic to their fans. But, she did has mentioned about her husband in an interview with qz.com in November 2018. She told that her husband was fond of making mashed potatoes in his own style.
However, it is still a mystery as to if her college partner and now husband is the same person.
Concerning her interviews about her married life, not much information could be gathered. Neither she has made a public appearance with her possible husband nor has she shared any pictures of her spouse. Maybe that’s the reason, she was speculated as a lesbian and gay by some people.
Nevertheless, Samin is yet to come forth with her romantic love story.
Bio- Age, Family
Samin was born on 7 November 1979 to immigrant parents. Samin's parents immigrated to the US from Iran three years earlier than her birth. As like Samin, her mother is also a good cook. In the family, she has twins brothers.
She grew up in San Diego, CA, later enrolled at the UC- Berkeley majoring in English for her studies. She is American by Nationality, but her ethnicity is unknown.
Samin written book Salt, Fat, Acid, Heat is the 2018 James Board Award Winner for best general cooking. Besides, it also has a docu-series made on Netflix since October 2018. In addition, she was also given the title Cookbook of the Year by the International Association of Culinary Professionals.
Samin Nasrat with chef AmyDencler( left) cooking at Salt, Fat, Acid, Heat (Photo: nytimes.com)
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With her book listed as the best selling book, age 40, Samin has earned big fame and opportunities working as a media personality. It might also have helped her drastically financially. However, when it is to evaluate her net worth, the exact figures of her fortune remain undisclosed, but she probably earns the above-average salary of a writer and Author which is estimated to be about $51,161.