Trendsetter to Know: Chef Aaron Chamberlin at Good Things Coming

Name: Chef Aaron Chamberlin, CEO at Good Things Coming



Age: 47

Title: CEO

Married/Single: Married

Kids: Three young boys that love to garden and cook with me.

City you live in: Phoenix 

A typical day in my life includes… work, work, work, and then family, family, family. This balance is important to me.  

I was born… Lake Tahoe, CA

My favorite thing about Arizona… The beautiful desert landscape and what it has to offer.

I’m listening to… Greenlights by Matthew McConaughey

My family… The best thing that has happened to me.

If I could have dinner with anyone, it would be… My Grandfather that I was never able to truly know.

One thing I cannot live without… morning coffee with my family around our kitchen table or patio. It’s the simple things that I am thankful for.

When I was younger, I wanted to be… A fine artist. 

I’m inspired by… people that live outside the box.

The one person who motivates me is… my wife. She is so strong and put together

If I could change anything in the world, it would be… how parents feed their children. This is something that I am truly passionate about. From what we grow in our own homes to incorporating our children in the cooking process, it all makes an impact on them. 

The perfect day would be… Cooking with my family and sharing food and stories around the table.

My first job was… Dishwasher. Starting in an entry level position makes you truly appreciate all of the positions in a restaurant as you continue to grow your career and skill set.

My favorite escape… Anything in nature. 

My life… is blessed. 

I’m currently working on… writing a book named “Chef Dad”.

Always… try your hardest.

Never… quit.

Favorite Quote… 

“I think preparing food and feeding people brings nourishment not only to our bodies but to our spirits. Feeding people is a way of loving them, in the same way that feeding ourselves is a way of honoring our own createdness and fragility.” — Shauna Niequist

Biggest Dream… Home on the beach. 

My Pet Peeve(s)… complacency

More About Aaron Chamberlin:
Chef Aaron Chamberlin is the founder and CEO of Good Things Coming, an Arizona-based cannabis brand. After a storied culinary career working with luminaries like Michel Richard, Jean-Georges Vongerichten and Nancy Oakes, followed by success as owner of Phoenix restaurants St. Francis, Taco Chelo, and Phoenix Public Market, Chamberlin transitioned his culinary talents to cannabis where he is redefining the edibles market. 

As a chef owner of past restaurants, Chamberlin is an entrepreneur at heart. He was drawn to the cannabis industry because of its tremendous growth trajectory, the ability to stretch his creativity as a chef, and the chance to offer products that have the power to help people use food to heal. 

Good Things Coming is elevating the edible cannabis sector with its innovative product lines that put a focus on both taste and experience with sophisticated flavors. Chamberlin has created chef-driven recipes using local and quality ingredients to craft precisely dosed sweet treats that tantalize the taste buds while relaxing the nerves.

Chamberlin got his start in the food industry growing up cooking with his grandfather who was also a chef. At age 15 he started working as a dishwasher in a restaurant and knew he found his calling in the kitchen. After pursuing his culinary education in San Francisco, he spent a decade training and honing his skill and style with top chefs throughout the country. He returned to his hometown of Phoenix to develop and open the wildly popular La Grande Orange Pizzeria and Chelsea’s Kitchen before launching his own restaurants.

About Good Things Coming:
Established in 2019, Good Things Coming is a chef-made, precision-dosed edibles brand handcrafted in Snowflake, Arizona. Formulated by CEO and Chef Aaron Chamberlin, Good Things Coming products are made from all-natural, gluten-free ingredients and third-party, lab-tested distillate from Copperstate Farms. Good Things Coming products include: Lavender Lemon Drops, French Chocolate Brownies, and Fruit Jellies in mango chile, yuzu citrus, very cherry, and pomegranate. For more information, visit

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