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Anthony zamora, RD

Chef/DIETITIAN

 
 
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Background

Chef Anthony’s affinity for the culinary arts developed at a young age working alongside his “Momma Z,” who instilled in him the value of cooking with love. Anthony began working in restaurants at the age of 15 and immediately fell in love with the energy and style of work. In addition to culinary, he earned his degree in Nutrition and Dietetics from the University of Tennessee. Upon graduation, Anthony was blessed to start his professional career in the National Football League with the then St. Louis Rams. With four years of experience working in NFL performance nutrition and culinary programs, he has been able to fine-tune and develop his skills as a performance chef.

Anthony embraces the attitude that he is a “student of life,” recognizing the sky is the limit and every day is an opportunity to learn, grow, and get better. In 2016 Anthony earned a Chef Certificate from Boston University where he was able to enhance and appreciate classic techniques. Attributing his expertise to exceptional mentors and real-world experience, he strives to give back to the fields of culinary and nutrition by teaching others. Anthony completed his 1200-hour dietetic internship program and passed the credentialing exam to become a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist (RDN). 

 
 
 
 
 

fleet kirchmier

Manager/Sous Chef

 
 
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Background

Fleet continues her professional culinary career with Chef Anthony here in Salt Lake City. She has honed her skills working in restaurants and with chefs from Knoxville, Boston, and Los Angeles. Fleet’s deep appreciation for superior customer service makes her one of the best managers in the game. As she continues to develop her style and technique, daily excellence is a virtue that Fleet holds high and puts toward her everyday practice. Also possessing a degree in nutrition and dietetics, Fleet understands the importance of maintaining and improving your body through sound nutrition.

 
 
 
 
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