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Chef Michelle Bernstein, a Miami native of Jewish and Latin descent, has dazzled diners and critics alike with her sublime cuisine and a personality as bright and vibrant as the Florida sun. These days, Bernstein is busier than ever. Bernstein and her husband/business partner David Martinez, own/operate MBC Michelle Bernstein Catering Company, a full-service catering company as well as her wildly popular cafe concept, Crumb on Parchment.
Bernstein dedicates time to Common Threads, an after-school program for underprivileged kids, and regularly appears on an array of national TV shows, from Top Chef to Good Morning America. Bernstein also hosts the Emmy award-winning PBS weekly television series, Check, Please! South Florida. Now in its third year, Bernstein also hosts for the weekly TV series on Channel 10, SoFlo Taste, that celebrates the food of South Florida.
Most recently, Bernstein partnered with American Express to create the menu for the new Centurion Lounge at Miami International Airport. Bernstein has also partnered with Memorial Cancer Institute (MCI), a part of Memorial Healthcare System, to provide oncology patients with a variety of food alternatives to help ease their way through treatment.
Bernstein is a Lexus Culinary Master, a member of Macy's Culinary Council and part of IMUSA's panel of chef ambassadors. She continues to consult for Delta Airlines, creating in-flight menus for First and Business Class Elite, in addition to consulting for San Pellegrino and Ruinart.
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