All the Celebrities Who Have Fallen in Love with Chefs
Amy Schumer & Chris Fischer
Alexa Ray Joel & Ryan Gleason
The singer and daughter of Billy Joel and Christie Brinkley announced her engagement to the restaurateur with an Instagram post on Monday. Gleason is involved with two New York City restaurants, Drexler’s and Boulton and Watt, and Joel seems happy to join him on work trips to wineries and breweries.
Chrissy Teigen & John Legend
The couple may have met on the set of Legend's music video, but their love really shines in the kitchen, where Teigen is always whipping up new recipes for her hubby of four years.
Carson Daly & Siri Pinter
The host of NBC's The Voice married the food blogger, who regularly appears on Today, in 2015. They have three kids together.
Ryan Seacrest & Shayna Taylor
Armie Hammer & Elizabeth Chambers
Anthony Bourdain & Asia Argento
The Parts Unkown host often gushes about the actress, telling PEOPLE: "She’s a really accomplished director and writer along with being a longtime actress and a real sponge for culture, music, literature. So she’s enormously helpful and inspiring."
Matthew McConaughey & Camila Alves
The actor says it was love at first sight when he first met the model turned chef: "The self-respect she had, the way I understood her and her relationship with family, the way she respected me but never took anything for granted, not putting on any airs whatsoever,” he told PEOPLE. "We went on our first date three nights later and I knew then I’ve been wanting to go on a date with her for the last nine years and not with anybody else."
Angela Kinsey and Joshua Snyder
The actress, who is best known for her role on The Office, married the actor turned baker in 2016 and they now have their own YouTube series called Baking with Josh & Ange.
Curtis Stone & Lindsay Price
After getting married in Spain in 2013, the couple welcomed their second son, making them a family of four. Though she's since mastered a few of her own skills in the kitchen, Price said it took some getting used to having a professional chef around. "At first I was really intimidated," she told PEOPLE. "He can chop an onion without even looking! There are times I've messed up hard-boiling an egg."