My name is Justine Murphy, I am the CEO of mymuybueno which is now in it's 11th year. It is a luxury food and lifestyle company, which includes a private chef agency, for placement of private chefs on super yachts and households globally, an online culinary academy- which is launching in June, and is the evolution of what was my cookery school before which I had to close in the pandemic, and other divisions all connected by good food and good people. I also do restaurant reviews and write about my visits on mymuybueno.com, I have two podcasts, one for women in business which has run for three seasons, and the other interviewing chefs, with season two coming out in Spring. I have a chef community online with @mymuybuenochefs featuring and inspiring chefs and foodies and our ever growing usage of #mymuybuenochefs too. It is one big eco-system and all connected. I have written a cookbook, I used to be a private chef on yachts myself, and I also write for Rolling Stone. I have built my new mymuybueno site in Hammersmith, which is also where I was born and have very much come full circle after all the upheavals and changes of the pandemic, and excited for everything ahead and more. I am not as yet being commissioned and paid to write about food, and this is the next step I wish to take, which I understand may then mean I would not able to join until this time, but would welcome my work being viewed and looked at and if you would be open to considering my membership application.
Restaurant reviews, restaurants, chefs, private chefs, recipes, community, inspiring others, being a woman in business.
My reviews spanning back to 2015 ( a gap when I had my two sons ) https://mymuybueno.com/mymuybueno-visits I recently started writing for Rolling Stone and am busy working on my next article for them at present. https://www.rollingstone.com/culture-council/articles/the-happily-ever-aftermath-the-pandemic-1234600796/
Everything restaurant related