Chef Eric Wells is a personal chef, caterer and culinary instructor. He is a 2004 graduate of The International Culinary Arts and Sciences Institute in Chesterland, Ohio.
Chef Wells specializes in preparing intimate dinners for two. He prepares romantic, four-course meals in the comforts of couples’ home. He provides everything to make the romantic evening complete: from the freshest and most flavorful ingredients to designer China, a linen tablecloth and napkins, fresh flowers and candles. Chef Wells also uses his own restaurant quality cookware to ensure flawless food preparation. And, he totally cleans the kitchen after the event! So, his service is like having an upscale restaurant in your dining room.
Chef Wells also teaches cooking classes at the Loretta Paganini School of Cooking and Sur La Table. Chef Wells also teaches cooking classes in homes. Great for dinner parties, the classes focus on a particular region and its cuisine. He also taught recreational cooking classes at Mt. Zion Church in Oakwood Village, Ohio.
Chef Wells was just named as an instructor at Cornucpia at Bridgeport Place in the Garden Valley neighborhood of Cleveland.
Chef Wells has appeared on Food Request Live on Fox 8 and WEWS Newsnet 5 in Cleveland several times. He has also appeared on “Help I Need a Makeover” and “Another Look” on Northeast Ohio’s Time Warner cable channel 21. Recently, he has had articles in the Cleveland Plain Dealer and radio interviews on WERE 1490 AM and WELW 1330 AM. He is also a monthly contributor to the Talk of Cleveland magazine.
Chef Wells has also been involved in many charitable events, including fundraisers for The Autism Society of Greater Cleveland, Harvest for Hunger and relief for Hurricane Katrina victims.
Chef Wells is a strong advocate for healthy eating, especially for America’s youth. Chef Wells has also been involved with several organizations in the Greater Cleveland area that support local, sustainable farmers and markets.
To get in touch with Chef Wells, contact Skye LaRae’s Culinary Services at (216) 254-2808.