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"Passion is energy. Feel the power that comes from focusing on what excites you."
   -Oprah Winfrey

Daniella Abraham is a Culinary Architect and Internationally renowned celebrity chef with 15 years in the game. The South Florida native is influenced by her “Hispanolian” background of Haitian and Dominican origins, and the eclectic energy that makes Miami a vibrant melting pot of flavor and culture.


Professionally trained at Le Cordon Bleu specializing in both cuisine and pastry, Chef Danie garnered attention and credibility from working at some of Miami’s hottest restaurants, earning a reputation for infusing her dishes with robust flavors and influences from her parent’s homeland.


With her unique attention to details, Instagram worthy dishes and curated menu’s  the buzz about Abraham's quickly caught the attention of entertainment elite. Just some of Danie's clients include - Drake, Kylie Jenner, Oprah, Antonio Banderas, Sean “Diddy” Combs, Pharrell Williams, Odell Beckham Jr and many more.


The food she creates is not only world class, but Chef Danie believes that the presentation is just as important as the distinctive range of flavors and taste. Passionately driven to create food that will amaze clients and ignite senses, she has created partnerships, events and private outings with and for Louis XIII, Reebok, Triller, Netflix, Godiva and the Omran family of Saudi Arabia.


Abraham has appeared on several shows including, E! News, Daily Flash, VH1 Cartel Crew Season 2 and 3, The Food Network’s Cut Throat Kitchen. Deco Drive and Revolt TV and has been featured in Entrepreneur, BET, Forbes, Parade Mag, The Miami Times, Essence and


Chef Danie currently lives in Miami while running her full scale experiential catering business where she creates luxury affairs that brings a five star restaurant experiences into private homes, jets and yachts.. Additionally she is currently working on a cook book, pop up restaurant and product line.

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