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Chef Tracey Bloom Is Back at the Biermann Family's Atlanta Home
The Don't Be Tardy chef is back to work, whipping up baked goods and square meals for Kim Zolciak-Biermann and her crew.
Chef Tracey Bloom recently spent two weeks in self-quarantine with her son Kannon. The Atlanta mom stayed productive during her downtime, kicking off potty training and assisting her little one with some artsy projects. But she's ready to get back to work in the Biermanns' kitchen. And as she reunites with the Don't Be Tardy clan, Tracey has wasted no time in whipping up delicious meals.
Kim Zolciak-Biermann's April 14 Instagram Stories offered a virtual taste of what her personal chef has been working on. "[Chef Tracey Bloom] is back baby!" she wrote in the caption. The photo showed off a dinner that toed the line between healthy and decadent, combining carrots and greens with two types of fish and a puddle of creamy sauce.
Tracey's also been cooking up some joint projects with Brielle Biermann. When Brielle shared the recipe for her famous chocolate-chip cookies on Instagram Stories, she gave a shout-out to her "sous chef Tracey Bloom." (And we gave a shout-out to Brielle's dreamy rainbow nails.) On April 15, Tracey returned to Instagram to show Brielle with her head bent over a notebook, and wrote: "Chef [Brielle] creating the dinner menu stay tuned."
Though we're accustomed to seeing the delicious fare Tracey whips up for the Biermann clan, she recently gave us a look at herself like we've never seen her before. Paying tribute to the class of 2020, the chef shared a throwback photo of herself as a senior, when she rocked some seriously long, dark locks.