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Coq Au Vin

This delicious and easy coq au vin recipe comes from the late, great French chef Michel Richard, who I had the pleasure of working for during my early days as a chef. I worked at Michel’s restaurant, Citrus, on Melrose Avenue in Hollywood during the late 1990s, where I learned many of the basics of …

Guinness Fish and Chips

This Guinness Fish and Chips recipe is the perfect meal for St. Patrick’s Day (or any day in my opinion!), made with fresh wild cod and served with the traditional sides of twice-cooked chips, mushy peas with mint, tartar sauce, malt vinegar and fresh lemon wedges. For a traditional touch, you can serve in a …

Grilled Shrimp Tacos

Today I’m making a grilled shrimp taco recipe in honor of the summer grilling season. These healthy grilled shrimp tacos are great for a summer dinner party or barbecue. Feel free to add your favorite toppings, but fresh diced avocado, cilantro and the chipotle cream sauce are a must. This grilled shrimp taco recipe makes …

Mussels in White Wine Sauce

Here’s one of the most simple and romantic recipes you can add to your cooking arsenal – a classic French mussels in white wine sauce. Also known as Moules Marinière, this timeless French bistro dish can be found on menus throughout Paris and London, as well as most seafood restaurants here in California. This Mussels …

Philly Cheese Steak Sandwich

This Philly Cheese Steak Sandwich recipe is something I learned to make a long way back, when I was working as a cook at UCR. I’m using La Brea Bakery Torta Rolls on this sandwich, along with my signature Southwest Sauce.

Disneyland Monte Cristo Sandwich

Today we’re at Disneyland in New Orleans Square, which is famous for their Monte Cristo Sandwich! The Disneyland Monte Cristo Sandwich recipe was created in 1966 at the Blue Bayou Restaurant, but its origins go back to about 1910 in Paris, when the Croque Monsieur was first served. The croque monsieur is made with white …