Chef Gino Campagna

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CHEF GINO CAMPAGNA 

January 2016: Chef Gino Rocks Palm Springs!

http://www.kesq.com/012816-eod-charity-classic-party-with-a-purpose/37712272

CHEF GINO WAS FEATURED ON A&E'S "BORN THIS WAY" . 
TUESDAY DECEMBER 15TH  AT 10:00 PM ET/PT . 
see full episode HERE

CHEF GINO WITH THE AMAZING CAST OF A&E'S "BORN THIS WAY"

Chef Gino was asked to tape a testimonial for his hometown of Parma to endorse its candidacy as Unesco's Creative City Of Gastronomy 2015. 

And here's Charles Shaughnessy (Mr. Sheffield from The NANNY) endorsing Parma's candidacy as Unesco's Creative City Of Gastronomy 2015  while endorsing…Chef Gino!

November has been a Celebrities Filled Month for Chef Gino. Here's some highlights

With Ewan McGregor

 

With Molly Sims

 

With Ione Skye

 

CHEF GINO ROCKED THE DESERT ARC 
COCHELLA VALLEY ITALIAN FESTIVAL IN NOVEMBER 2015

CHEF GINO  HAS BEEN PART OF THE PSARTS CHARITY FOR YEARS NOW. 2015 HAS SEEN HIM PARTICIPATING IN TASTE OF VENICE AND EXPRESS YOURSELF FUNDRAISERS EVENTS

ANOTHER GOT MILK? MEDIA CAMPAIGN FOR CHEF GINO


JUNIOR CHEF

In December 2014, Chef Gino created and hosted 50 episodes of JUNIOR CHEF 

for the upcoming international channel JUNIOR TV.

The Show introduces Chef Gino as "Il Cibologo" 

(The Foodologist) a true expert of everything FOOD!

Every episode sees Chef Gino, together with 6 amazing Junior Chefs, 

exploring the wonderful world of food with fun facts and easy recipes.

He even finds the time to teach a little English 

(the series was shot in Rome, in Italian) while singing and playing the guitar.

It's a lot of FUN!

Wait for the shows to be aired in Italy in April 2015 

and there's talk of taking the show…..GLOBAL!

Stay Tuned!


In march 2014, Got Milk? launched a media blitz for National Nutrition Month starring Chef Gino Campagna, the master chef at Piccolo Chef Culinary School in Culver City, California, several times voted LA’s best children's cooking school. Using his boundless and contagious energy,  Chef Gino followed an impressive schedule for the Got Milk? campaign, starring in twenty-two live TV segments, in both English and Spanish, hosting six large live events, featuring hundreds of happy kids and families, as well as conducting dozens of  radio and press interviews. In the words of his Got Milk? sponsors, "It couldn't have been more successful.


"Says the enthusiastic chef, "The campaign was tailored for what I do best. The live TV segments I hosted in six mayor California markets were so energetic that every TV station invited me back. Apparently, regular chefs are a bit boring but everyone thought I was a shot of Espresso, especially in the Spanish market, where my Italian background comes in handy. The Got Milk? campaign also gave me the chance to host live events. Working, hands-on, with hundreds of children and their parents, is the part of my job I cherish most."


The Italian born chef has been teaching American families how to appreciate and prepare  fresh food for more than fifteen years. When he's not busy doing media campaigns, he can be found all over Los Angeles using his energetic style to teach cooking, host parties and promote healthy eating. 


Recently, a campaignsponsored by Barilla, Authentically  Eatalian, took him into several inner city schools with glorious results. Chef Gino joined forces with Michelle Obama’s program Chefs Move To Schools and Jamie Oliver’s The Food Revolution and  blogs regularly about food and families for the prestigious, Huffington Post


Chef Gino is also, currently, the host of AOL KitchenDaily.com's Kitchen Kids and was a recurring special guest on a Jenny Garth  web show "The Garden Party" produced by NBC.com.


Working on two continents, Gino starred in "Gino's Kitchen" for the Disney Channel and was featured as a recurring guest on Italy's top-rated cooking show "La Prova del Cuoco" (RAI1) as well as on the Italian Food Channel, Gambero Rosso. Gino has also written a food blog for RachaelRay.com and worked as a consultant for several  Italian food companies, including Ferrero and Barilla.