Stacey Welch-Andrade

I love my passion for food and I want to inspire others with that same drive and fire!
Southern New Hampshire University. Online
In Process Master's in Higher Education Administration
North Shore Community College. Danvers, MA
Chef Adjunct
Martin County Schools. Stuart, FL
Chef Instructor
Willoughby Golf Club. Stuart, FL
Executive Sous Chef
Breakers Palm Beach. Palm Beach, FL
Chef Tourner
BASF SE. Ludwigshafen, Germany
Commis/Chef Tourner
Vieux-Sinzig Restaurant. Sinzig, Germany
Johnson & Wales University. North Miami, FL
Teaching Assistant
B.S. Degree Culinary Arts
Assist industry leaders in training sessions and celebrity chef television segments
Taught students a foundation of culinary skill set including: knife skills, stocks, sauces, and cooking methods
Trained students for single and team competitions
Engage students with a variety of instruction-tastings, visual, and hands-on presentations and activities
Organization and knowledge of artistic, precision plating skills
Cooking Classes
Food Competitor
Editorial Content
Brand Ambassador
Blog spot advertising
Recipe development
Stacey Welch-Andrade
Stacey Welch-Andrade
Haverhill, MA
United States

Sprinkles by Stacey

Hi! I'm Stacey and I write Sprinkles by Stacey, a chef-inspired food, and lifestyle blog! I believe that everyone should learn how to cook using real ingredients, even though they may not be a chef. I believe that people deserve to know where their food comes from and how it is made. Recipes are created using only fresh and seasonal ingredients. The food shared comes from my experience in the culinary industry, travels, and memories from my childhood. I also write about my life with homeschooling, motherhood, and faith.


when I was a little girl baking with my Easy Bake Oven. I wrote to Bobby Flay when I was eleven years old and told him I twisted around one of the recipes.I earned my Bachelor’s degree from Johnson & Wales University in North Miami, Florida. I completed two internships in Germany and later moved over there for one year.  I met my husband on my internship for my Bachelor’s Degree in a small restaurant in Germany.