Stephen Coe is a nationally recognized and award-winning chef, best known for his victory against celebrity chef Bobby Flay in “Chopped: Beat Bobby Flay” on the Food Network. Whether in the kitchen or one of his many food trucks, Chef Coe is known for his culinary creativity and ability to compete at any stage against any competition.
Chef Coe’s other notable accomplishments include his “Chopped: Ultimate Redemption” win in 2019, winning the Grand Prize in the Food Network’s “Tyler Florence Recipe Contest” and the American Culinary Foundation’s “Boston Junior Chef of the Year.” He also holds the titles of “World Bacon Champion,” winner of the “World Food Championships” and “Grill Master” from the popular Food Network series “Chopped Grill Masters.”
Coe is a graduate of the prestigious culinary arts program at Johnson & Wales University and completed a certificate in French food and language at Institute François des Alpes in Annecy, France. He previously served as executive chef at Mirbeau Inn & Spa at The Pinehills and BOKX 109 American Prime at Hotel Indigo and is currently the executive chef of the Marshfield Country Club.
He is a strong advocate of sustainable agriculture, sourcing his own honey and seasonal vegetation from local farms around the South Shore of Massachusetts. Chef Coe volunteers his time and talents at the Boston and Rhode Island food banks, Share Our Strength, the Matt Light Foundation, Hockey Cure for Kids, the Boston Rescue Mission and Meals on Wheels.
Chef Coe is currently in development of his show "Dangerous Eats", which takes him across the world to catch ingredients and prepare unique and amazing dishes. Stephen also recently starred as himself alongside Martin Kove and Erin Cahill in the feature film "A Taste of Love". He is also working on his first cookbook due out in 2022 and is a brand ambassador for Cypress Brand, an American luxury goods manufacturer that offers a wide range of high-quality, one-of-a-kind items crafted from authentic American Alligator leather.