Cybille St.Aude is a Haitian American chef and children’s book author born and raised on Long Island, New York. Between her sixteen year career in the restaurant industry and her degree in African American Studies specializing in Caribbean culture & aesthetics in America, she has found a niche in cultivating a “New Caribbean” food experience that translates the history and expressions of a culture into decadent recipes often combining techniques and ingredients from all over the world. Chef Cybille has appeared on season thirty-five of Food Network’s“Chopped,” has participated in the first annual Creole Food Festival in New York City and the Grace Jamaican Jerk Festival. She has represented Haïti gastronomy while cooking multiple dinners at the James Beard House, she has cooked in the 8th edition of Goût et Saveurs Lakay (Haiti Food & Spirits Festival) which takes place every September in Port au Prince, as well as the Long Island Hospitality Ball benefiting the Carol M. Baldwin Breast Cancer Research fund. Her current and previous clients include St. John's University, Google, General Electric, the Haitian Cultural Exchange, New York African Restaurant Week, the former Top Rank Magazine, Little Haiti BK, National Association of Police Athletic/Activities Leagues, Inc. and Oratory Glory. She is currently hosting modern Haitian gastronomy pop-ups through CAONA and freelancing as a private chef and culinary consultant with Earthseed Provisions in the New York metro area.