An American chef, TV personality plus author, Christine Tosi is the founder of Momofuku Milk Bar. James Beard Rising Star Award winner, Christine is the author of the cookbooks- Milk Bar and Milk Bar Life. She is also a winner of James Beard Outstanding Pastry Chef Award in 2015. Christine also appeared as a judge in Master Chef America, a Fox reality cooking show.
Born as Christine Sylvia Tosi to an Italian agricultural economist father and an accountant mother on 9th November 1981 in Ohio was raised in Springfield, Virginia by her parents. Tosi is of white ethnicity and belongs to Italian American descent.
Christine attended the University of Virginia for only one year where she studied electrical engineering and later joined James Madison University and finally graduated and became a translator. Moreover, she registered to French Culinary Institute's pastry arts program after shifting to New York.
Christine Tosi started working in Momofuku in 2011, owned by David Chang. Her job was to write food safety plan and latterly became a pastry chef. She then became a founder of Momofuku- Milk Bar, a dessert program. During 2012 she was also engaged in a cookie factory of Williams-Sonoma where she worked as a marketer.
Furthermore, in 2015 Christine was appointed as a judge for Master Chef America, a reality TV cooking competition alongside Aron Sanchez and Gordon Ramsay. She also served for American Express, Estee Lauder and Kellogg's as a promoter. Moreover, in 2015 the cookie mix venture was replaced by an exclusive distribution deal with Target, the second largest discount store retailer in America.
Besides these, she also published her first cookbook named, Momofuku Milk Bar, published in 2011 by Clarkson Potter. She published her second cookbook titled, Milk Bar Life in 2015.
Tosi dated Will Guidara for few months the pair fell in love and married on 1st August 2016 at Cader Lakes Estate in Port Jervis, N.Y. The ceremony was more like weekend rather than the wedding.
They enjoyed a lot and completed the ceremony by wearing raincoats. Her husband, Will has a restaurant based in New York City. The couple is still together and living a great life. They have no children yet.
Christine's primary sources of income are- cooking, books and TV shows due to which she now has an estimated net worth of $1 million.