Story #060 – Aran Goldstein

NAME: Aran Goldstein

CULINARY SCHOOL AFFILIATION: New England Culinary Institute, Montpelier, Vermont

PHOTO:

Chef Aran Goldstein sitting wearing an apron

BIO:

Chef Aran Goldstein is both a teacher and an entrepreneur who is dedicated towards building skills and intuition around food and cooking for his students and clients so they can live the life they want.

Aran graduated from Northeastern University in Boston and received his degree and training in culinary arts from the New England Culinary Institute. His work experiences are many, from brigade work in boutique hotels, stints in Michelin star properties in Italy, to opening a restaurant in China.  

As an educator, Chef Goldstein has taught hundreds of culinary and baking lessons, from an organic farm cooking school to current medical students learning about food as medicine. He recently launched a new project called Cook and Live, which supports individuals and families through their journeys in food, cooking, and thriving as humans.

Contact Info / Social Media:

Website –   https://www.cookandlive.co/

LinkTree – https://linktr.ee/arangoldstein

Instagram –  https://www.instagram.com/chefarangoldstein/

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