Kevin Weeks is a personal chef, cooking instructor, and food writer who's been standing before a stove since he was six years old.
Weeks is the chef/proprietor of Kevin's Cucina, a personal chef service. A confirmed bachelor, his experience in down-sizing recipes for himself has been essential in creating meals for his clients, most of whom are older couples whose children have left home and have decided they don't want to cook so often anymore.
A former magazine editor, Weeks also publishes a food blog, Seriously Good, writes a weekly column on food and culture in Spot-On, and is a frequent contributor to NPR's Kitchen Window. In addition, he teaches cooking classes at several local venues.
By Kevin D. Weeks.:
I collected my first recipe, for a home-made peanut butter candy served at the school cafeteria, when I was 8 and my second recipe, for Indian Pudding, when I was nine. I baked my first loaf of bread at 12. Cooking has always been an integral part of my life and even when I was working 60- and 70-hour weeks in other jobs, I always found time to cook. These days I'm lucky enough to be paid for doing it.