Family time isn't just about the kitchen table, it's about the cooking.
Celebrity chef Blythe Beck takes on the world to learn about the diverse sides of an ordinary family’s way of cooking. She involves her style of taste to their story of culture, history, and meal ingredients. Blythe’s warm heart brings together a family’s experiences and life stories while learning home school cooking in a pink apron aboard a pink surrounding. Reliving her life roots to a level seen like never before, a real chef’s taste to perfection while expressing warmth through of a true family moment. The naughty chef stars in her new show called Family Feast with Blythe Beck. Great family moments, great family memories, and great family traditions are what makes up a moment with Dallas's very own celebrity chef. Get your taste buds ready and learn the Blythe way with families from around the globe. On the new Videooppulous Network and platforms this fall.
Houston, Texas/ Vasteras, Sweden
The Hulten family is incredibly unique. They spend half their time in Texas and half their time in Sweden. Mrs. Hulten is a microbiologist, and Mr. Hulten is a classical trombonist for the Houston Symphony. They have 3 sons. Ages 22, 19, 17. They are a highly creative and artistic family. The Mom loves to cook the recipes from her deceased mother’s cookbook. The mom and the sons all cook together while the father plays the trombone. Some favorite recipes include the family meatballs along with various dishes including lots of uses and application of herring. The family loves spending time together in the kitchen as often as possible.
Chef Blythe Beck
Chef Blythe Beck was born and raised in Houston, Texas. She developed an interest in the hospitality industry working as a restaurant hostess during college. She became passionate about the culinary arts and fine dining while completing a degree in Hotel Restaurant Management at the University of North Texas. After graduation, she was selected for the coveted position of Apprentice to Master Chef Dean Fearing, at the acclaimed Mansion on Turtle Creek, in Dallas. During her four-year tenure she moved quickly through the ranks, honing her skills and her determination to make her own mark on the industry. In 2006, she accepted the position of Executive Chef at Hector’s on Henderson. From there, clad in her signature power-pink, she stepped to the forefront of New American Cuisine. Dishing up modern versions of comfort classics with such whimsical names as “Duck Duck Goose” and “A Bouquet of Pheasant,” Chef Blythe committed to change culinary history one dish at a time. Her novel approach, engaging wit, cayenne-red hair, and outspoken passion for bringing the world together through the language of food, soon attracted national attention.
Best known for her show on Oxygen Network’s “The Naughty Kitchen with Chef Blythe Beck,” as part of their “Living Out Loud” banner in 2009.
Chef Blythe is an active figure in the Dallas dining scene, making regular appearances at events such as the Texas State Fair, The Taste of the NFL, and Savor Dallas. She served on “The Dallas Morning News” wine panel, and was featured in “A Taste of Blythe,” lifestyle commentary segments for The CW. Chef Blythe supports a variety of charities, including Mark Cuban’s Fallen Patriot Fund, The Steve Harvey Foundation, Carry the Load, the USO, North Texas Food Bank and Foundation 56, benefiting breast cancer awareness. Blythe was named, “One of Ten to Watch” by Dallas Modern Luxury magazine, and “Number One Dallas Chef” by The Advocate.
In 2013, Chef Blythe accepted a one-year consulting position with the MovieLounge franchise at its headquarters in Fort Smith, Arkansas. Proving she can make her mark wherever she goes, she was voted one of Arkansas’s Ten Most Fascinating People, interviewed by Chicago’s WGN News at Noon, and selected to participate in the prestigious American Heart Association’s Heart’s Delight Wine event, in Washington, DC. Upon returning to Dallas, Blythe and partners opened Pink Magnolia, earning accolades as a destination restaurant that reflects her vision to combine urban chic with southern sensibility, and further develops her concept of “sexy comfort food.”
She appears regularly on local Web, radio and television broadcasts, including a guest appearance on GreatDay Houston with Deborah Duncan, KHOU-TV. She has made national appearances on The Today Show, The Tyra Banks Show, Chrisley Knows Best, the Food Network’s Beat Bobby Flay, and numerous episodes on the Paula Dean Network.
She ran and owned several restaurants within the Dallas, Texas area.
She hosts multiple zoom cooking classes for corporations and for personal gifts. Currently has an online show called “Home Cooking with Blythe” on YouTube.