Ulli Stachl was born and raised in Vienna, Austria, where her passion for food and cooking was ignited. Her love for quality and exotic ingredients grew during her 22 years as a flight attendant for Pan Am Airlines, where she savored the different flavors of the world at an altitude of 30,000 feet. Upon coming to States, Ulli trained as a professional chef with Peter Kump at the New York Cooking School (now the Institute of Culinary Education) where she graduated with culinary “cordon bleu” honors.
Ulli has extensive experience in food styling and has catered to celebrities and personalities such as Sarah Ferguson, Donald Trump, Kimora Lee Simmons and the cast of the Harry Potter series. Ulli has styled for numerous celebrity chefs including Paula Deen, Cat Cora, Bobby Flay, Taylor Florence, Jeff Henderson of The Bellagio, “The Kitchen Diva” Angela Shelf Medearis, Take Home Chef’s Curtis Stone, and Top Chef’s Ilan Hall.
Ulli entered the world of television as a Food Producer for The Food Network’s Lighten Up. She’s also styled for The Rosie O’Donnell Show, and is currently the chief stylist and consultant for Anderson, The Wendy Williams Show and The Dr. Oz Show.
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