Sara Moulton

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Born 1952
New York
Cooking Style American
Education University of Michigan
TV Show(s) Sara's Secrets, Cooking Live

Sara Moulton is the executive chef of Gourmet magazine and was host of the Food Network show Sara's Secrets.

After graduating from the University of Michigan in 1974 with no plans for a career, Moulton attended the Culinary Institute of America. She then worked in restaurants in Boston and New York City and as an apprentice in Chartres, France. She worked as a sous chef at La Tulipe in New York and co-founded the New York Women's Culinary Alliance. In 1983 she worked at the Institute of Culinary Education and in 1984 she took a job in the test kitchen of Gourmet magazine, where she eventually became executive chef.

Her friendship with Julia Child also led to a position of executive chef for Good Morning America, cooking behind the scenes for guests. She became the show's Food Contributor in March 1996. In 1997 she became the host of the Food Network's Cooking Live. After Cooking Live, Moulton went on to host Sara's Secrets. She currently lives in New York City her husband, Bill Moulton, and their two children, Ruth and Sam.

Sara Moulton has left the Food Network for a program on PBS.

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