WORD OF MOUTH
"Annie B. Copps chews with her mouth open... but you really don't mind because her zest for life - and food- is contagious!" - Sher-dawg (Clarksburg, TN)
"Annie combines the best traits of a teacher. She’s approachable, easy to understand, patient, compassionate and hilarious to boot!" - Cheryl Katz (Boston, MA)
"As a food stylist who has worked with Annie in preparation for her segments on national television shows, I can tell you that her recipes worked, were doable for all levels in the kitchen, and were always delicious. But more importantly, Annie is side splittingly funny and a great teacher. As a food professional, I always walked away having learned something and always looked forward to her next visit." - Deb W. (New York, NY)
"I have cooked, cleaned, served and traveled with Annie many, many times, and always learn a new technique or a clever shortcut, all the while laughing—and sipping—our way through the task at hand. She is as motivational as she is talented." - Anthony Giglio, @WineWiseGuy (New York, NY)
"I have had the pleasure of cooking and eating with Annie, and learn something from her at each and every meal. What sets Annie apart is her ability to - pardon the pun - boil down the steps to make cooking accessible to both advanced home cooking aficionados and those who are finding their way in the kitchen. I have long adored her programs on WBZ and to this day use many of the mouth-watering recipes she presented on 'The Today Show.' Annie brings smarts, passion and her infectious humor to cooking!" - Cindy Joyce (Boston, MA)
"You are one of the best Chefs in the world!! I learnt so much from you!" - Nawab H. (Mumbai, India)
Annie B. Copps is a Boston-based chef, cooking instructor, international culinary tour guide, journalist, and food activist with more than 30 years of experience in the local and international food, travel, and public health arenas.
Annie has built her life and career around her passion for food, wine, and travel. For nearly three decades, she has worked in the international public health field and as a chef, magazine editor, television and radio show host and guest, food stylist, television producer, speaker, and consultant. Annie recently returned to Boston after four years traveling around the world teaching cooking classes and leading culinary tours in exotic locales. She currently works as a culinary instructor; program manager; freelance food, wine, and travel writer; restaurant consultant; and radio program host (WBZ AM1030 “Connoisseur’s Corner”).