Scott Conant is a celebrity chef and a social media rockstar

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Every year, the biggest and brightest culinary stars come together for the Food & Wine Classic in Aspen. Among those bright stars is celebrity chef Scott Conant.

Conant not only knows his way around the kitchen, he also knows his way around the judging table, appearing as a judge on both "Chopped" and "Top Chef."

When Conant isn't dominating the cooking world, he's dominating on social media. Check out how the celebrity chef spent his time in this slice of foodie heaven.

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Conant arrived in Aspen ready and excited for the weekend.

There was enough time at the Food & Wine Classic in Aspen for business and pleasure.

During his time at the festival, Conant led a demonstration about Italian cooking — and with more than 30 years of cooking experience under his belt, he knows what he's talking about.

The friends that eat together, stay together.

Scott was able to catch up with some of his other famous friends, like chefs Jonathan Waxman, Andrew Zimmern and restaurateur Drew Nieporent.

He found time to indulge with one of his favorite chefs.

It's hardly a secret that Conant loves Italian food. He recently opened Impero Caffe in New York City, but Conant is also a self-declared lover of Japanese cuisine as well. He shared a meal with highly-acclaimed Japanese chef Nobu Matsuhisa.

Like any good chef, Conant knows the best way to end a great day is with an even better nightcap.

Watch the video below to hear more about Conant's adventures:

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