Leah Cohen found her calling for cooking all thanks to her family roots and the several family trips she went on throughout Southeast Asia.
By the time she was only a four year old, but this never stopped her from developing a crush on for delicious cuisines and its recipes.
And, today, it is no surprise that she is one of the best New York City chefs and restaurateurs.
Inspired by her family’s Filipino ancestry, Leah has a few plans that she would love to execute someday in the food and hospitality business.
And, she believes people like her can bring about a significant change in the traditionally male-dominated like of work.
Wedding With Husband, Children
"I'm a tomboy at heart, but love to get dressed up,” were the words of the culinary star, and she certainly proved it on her wedding day, as she wore the most beautiful ensemble on her wedding day.
It was on the 18th of July 2016 when she vouched on a happily ever after with the love of her life.
And, today, she shares seven incredible years of togetherness with her husband, Ben Byruch, as she has raised the champagne toast to their third wedding anniversary.
Leah Cohen with her husband, Ben Byruch, on 18 July 2016 (Photo: Leah Cohen's Instagram)
And life got even more interesting for her as she welcomed a healthy and beautiful son in the family on the 23rd of September 2019.
As the new parents named their little bundle of joy- Carter Graham, she exclusively talked about the experience of a lifetime with the PEOPLE.
In the like fashion, back in March of 2019, she revealed her pregnancy on the PEOPLE only, as she said- "This will definitely be our hardest but most rewarding project yet."
Busy parenting her little man, the mom of nine-month is happy in her life as it is and, it is understandable that she is not yet ready for more children.
Leah Cohen’s Wiki: Age, Family Details
Leah, the native New Yorker, was born to a Filipino mother and European-Jewish father, thus embracing a blended ethnicity.
And, indeed, she has a great liking for her folks’ heritage- the muse to her distinct food perspective.
Leah Cohen with her parents on her wedding day on 18 July 2016 (Photo: Leah Cohen's Instagram)
During high school, Cohen took a six-week cooking class, which transformed into kitchen jobs and finally her enrollment to the Culinary Institute of America in 2001.
And, it would not have been an easier journey, if had she not been blessed with the most loving and supportive family.
The Bravo’s Top Chef star must have made her parents the proudest people on earth with all her accomplishments.
Last reported, she started a Piggyback Bar in Jersey City in 2017.
By now, she seems to have built a worthwhile empire, and of which she must have a whopping net worth laying on her back accounts.