Elizabeth Falkner

Celebrated Chef Elizabeth Falkner grew up in Los Angeles and worked her way up in kitchens in San Francisco in the 1990’s and ran several restaurants through 2014. Today she does recipe development and consults for numerous products and brands.  She is an author of 3 cookbooks and an upcoming memoir.


Cooking competitions are a favorite “sport” for Chef Falkner. In 2019, Falkner will participate in Chefs Cycle for No Kid Hungry and ride 300 miles in 3 days to raise money for hungry children.  Falkner is a long-time member and on the board of directors who served as the president of Women Chefs & Restaurateurs from April 2014 to April 2015 and again the president in 2019.  A graduate from San Francisco Art Institute with a BFA in film, Falkner has produced two short films with food themes in 2018; “Food Games-Sustainability” and a documented performance piece called “Croquembouche Samurai” performed at SoHo House in NYC.