|Born||May 2, 1955
Bay Area, San Francisco, CA
|Cooking style||San Francisco cuisine|
|Education||California Culinary Academy, San Francisco 1990 Alumni|
Chef Clyde Serda (born May 2, 1955) is an American chef and writer. Well known in the industry as “Chef Clyde” he has been a writer for The Culinarian Magazine for over thirteen years. He has worked at some of the most successful restaurants in the nation including Commander's Palace, New Orleans and The World Trade Club, San Francisco as well as owned and operated one of the most prestigious catering businesses in the San Francisco, Bay Area Simply Outrageous Catering. Over the years Chef Clyde has written several articles in the culinary field as well as appeared on TV spots and published many recipes. “Chef Clyde” has worked on the Board of Directors for the Chef Association of the Pacific Coast and has served as a past President for two terms.
Currently Chef Clyde is working as a Food Consultant / Corporate Chef for Arnabal International. He also works as a private chef instructor and culinary event coordinator. Also “Chef Clyde” is a Certified Master Food Taster for Chef's Best. He is a member of the Culinary Advisement Board for Job Corp Treasure Island. He has published his first cook book “Just the Cook” and has been working on his second cook book “History in the Eating.”