Creating Gastronomic Experiences
 
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Justin Khanna

Founder/Chef

From a small town in Wisconsin to the best restaurants in the world (Per Se, Grace, The French Laundry, Lysverket), Justin is taking the past 8 years of fine dining experience to be everyone's private chef. 

Graduating with Honors from the Culinary Institute of America in New York, Justin grew his foundational knowledge and worked to become a sous chef at Lysverket in Bergen, Norway. There, he helped launch the restaurant higher than it’s ever been in the esteemed Nordic White Guide as well as create and foster the restaurant’s first official apprenticeship program.  

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Now laying roots in Seattle, he’s founded Mix Projects, where he’s looking to fuse online media with fine dining gastronomy.

 

Continuing the desire to educate and share his ideas, Justin hosts The Emulsion podcast that interviews chefs, critics, service professionals and food entrepreneurs from all over the world. Find him online: 

 
 
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Hubert Tsai

co-Chef

Growing up in Los Gatos in California, Hubert manages culinary logistics and kitchen execution at Mix Projects.

He studied Culinary Arts at the Culinary Institute of America and graduated with a Bachelors in Hotel Management from the famed Glion IoHE in Switzerland.  

Hubert grew his skills at Manresa, the Royal Mail Hotel, Lysverket and other numerous acclaimed restaurants all over the world.

When he's not making tasty food or writing menus, Hubert enjoys getting down on Asian food, photographing architecture, hiking, and exploring the globe through travel.  Find him online:

 
 
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Signe Quitslund

Market Emissary

 

Hailing from Bainbridge Island just off the coast of Seattle, Signe facilitates product and vendor relations for Mix Projects.  

Signe graduated Seattle University majoring in Public Affairs and Sustainable Food Systems and continues to pursue her passion about sustainability and education.  

In addition to sourcing the best product on the West Coast, Signe creates art through pen and ink + watercolor.  Her work can be found on educational materials for non-profits, your friend's apartment walls, and in advertisements for small businesses all around the Seattle area. 

Outside of obsessing over vegetables, Signe is a runner, eater and avid-music listener. Find her online: