Foodie Queen: One Baltimore Woman’s Journey in the Culinary World

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Antoinette Bruno, CEO and Editor-in-Chief of

Courtesy of Bmore Media – Had you told the native Baltimorean Antoinette Bruno when she attended Timonium’s Dulaney High School that she would be one of the most influential people in the culinary world she might have looked at you like you were crazy.
Back then, Bruno had no idea that her endeavors would one day allow some of the most influential star chefs to share ideas and mentor other food and beverage professionals as CEO and editor of the highly respected These chefs include Daniel Boulud, Anthony Bourdain, Elizabeth Falkner, Marcus Samuelsson, Masaharu Morimoto, Eric Ripert, José Andres, Pierre Hermé and many more. Hometown culinary stars like Woodberry Kitchen’s Spike Gjerde and Wit & Wisdom Pastry Chef Chris Ford credit  and annual conference for helping to propel their names to the top of the food industry.

But even in high school, she was writing the recipe for success.

Her high school yearbook picture said “Junior Achievement,” which, was in culinary terms, the appetizer that gave Bruno a taste of business, adventure and confidence to succeed. She started multiple companies: personalized key chains, decorative door hangings and jewelry.

Bruno received the Junior Achievement President of the Year and Company of the Year awards and sold more stock than any other Junior Achievement company in Maryland.

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