Chef Antonette Woodward has a culinary degree (with honors) from the Art Institute of Houston as well as a Sanitation & Safety Certification.
She has restaurant training and experience catering to close friends and family along with the many wonderful references from her personal cheffing. Antonette’s references include chefs and instructors from the Art Institute of Houston, Chef Monica Pope of Sparrow, other chefs in the industry, new and previous clients and people who’ve known her since she was a child.
Chef Antonette believes in giving back to the community and has participated in programs for Baylor College of Medicine, Methodist Hospital, Solvay America’s Health Fair, Oyster Creek Elementary School in Sugar Land and taught a hands on cooking class to Kindergartners’ at Paul W. Horn Academy.
More about Chef Antonette
Originally a native of the Philippines, Chef Antonette got to Texas as soon as she could! Culinary school brought she and her husband to Houston and she’s been cooking here every since.
She loves to travel, learn about other cultures and their food, swimming, tennis, and collects unique kitchen tools, antiques and cookbooks (especially from other chefs and restaurants that inspire her). Classic black and white movies are a favorite and she loves teaching others about cooking and healthy eating.
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