Nermine Aly Mohamed Hanno

Nermine Aly Mohamed Hanno

Nermin Hannu obtained a bachelor’s degree from the Department of English Literature at the Faculty of Arts at the University of Alexandria. After earning her Bachelor of Arts, she enrolled in university teaching. When she realized that cooking and bread were her true love, she decided to change her career to realize her dream and study the arts, culinary sciences, and desserts.
Nermin Hanu got a Grand Diploma from Le Cordon Blue, London in the art of cooking and desserts. She was also trained by Michelin-starred chef Chris Galvin at the restaurant “Urari.” She became Egypt’s first accredited woman chef.
Nermin became a governing body of the Federation of World Chefs’ Associations. She became the first female chef to be accredited as a referee in the Middle East. It has ruled in Egypt, the United Arab Emirates, Turkey, China, and Malta. She is a member of the Federation of World Chefs’ Associations and also a member of the Federation of Egyptian and Emirati Chefs and the Rotaysier Series. Nermin was the first President of Chefs Sans Frontières, a charity.
Nermin joined Unilever Arabian as Executive Chef and Director of Consumer Relations with Knorr. She also served as Executive Chef and Director of Restaurant Operations at Effat College. Nermin won an honorary mention from the Peruvian Regional Potato Congress to prepare the world’s best potato recipe. She worked with the Alexandria Library on their own book in Alexandria and her eats.
She served as Executive Chef of Fatfit Channel and has a television program called “Neither Dreams”, which was filmed and shown four seasons. A book of the same name was printed and received the prestigious award, the Gourmand World Award for the Best Book in the World in the category of simple recipes, and was its first book in the UAE and the second in the world.
It is presenting the “Sugar Uniform” program on Sifra CBC, which is broadcast daily and presents the arts, culinary sciences, and desserts.