What started as a little girl playing with ingredients in her parents' kitchen, has evolved into a nationally sought after and recognized top chef. Nettie Frank has spent almost 20 years in the culinary industry. First training professionally in 2002 at The Culinary Institute of America in Hyde Park, New York. Then returning to her home state of Utah to work alongside culinary artists at the prestigious Log Haven, the premiere Grand America Hotel, and renowned Snowbasin Ski Resort. In 2006, Nettie stepped out on her own starting Silver Whisk Catering. Providing delectable delights for weddings, corporate events and high profile clients like professional golfer Tony Finau. She's been an invited guest chef at Disney's Food and Wine Events in California and Florida, provided red carpet fare to celebrities at Project Angel Food in Los Angeles, and served the cast of Will and Grace at CBS studios. Nettie launched Beyond Glaze Doughnuts with her father in 2008, winning a Best in Utah Doughnuts award for her gourmet treats that boasted a 'No Sprinkles Allowed' philosophy. That's when she caught the eye of the Food Network, appearing on the first season of Cake Wars in 2015 and earning the respect of top chefs and the adoration of a national audience. Her on camera experience doesn't stop there, Nettie is a well known food stylist working with companies like Frigo Cheese and Santa Monica Seafood, a frequent guest on Utah television shows Good Things Utah and BYU's Dinner Takes All. But her favorite moments are spent where it all started, back in her own kitchen teaching budding chefs on her YouTube channel Healing Kitchen Thyme, and spending as much real time as possible with her husband, two children and dog Frankie.