Anne Burrell

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  • Secrets of a Restaurant Chef

    Chef Anne Burrell guides you on the path to shockingly tender Grilled Hanger Steaks, with foolproof tips to making the most of this flavorful cut. Her steak shines alongside melt-in-your-mouth Ratatouille, plus a Grilled Octopus with Celery and Cannellini Bean Salad makes a stellar appetizer. Celebrate the rustic French flavors with a glass of red Bandol wine from Provence.

  • Secrets of a Restaurant Chef

    Anne Burrell gives a nod to North Carolina with these Dry Rubbed Ribs with Vinegar BBQ Sauce. And what's barbeque without baked beans? Anne's Rockin' Baked Beans are rich, thick with molasses, and cooked with Italian sausage and a blanket of smoky bacon.

  • Secrets of a Restaurant Chef

    Anne Burrell shows how to transform the humble shepherd's pie into a restaurant-worthy entree, using a little technique and a lot of love. Her Shepherd's Pie features diced lamb and veggies simmered in a rich stew, and baked under a thick blanket of creamy mashed potatoes. Equally belly-warming, Anne's Mushroom Soup With Bacon is a savory, smooth puree served with extra mushrooms, crisp bacon, and freshly chopped parsley.

  • Secrets of a Restaurant Chef

    Anne reveals the secrets behind her favorite Linguine with White Clam Sauce recipe. Her Raw Artichoke and Parmigiano Salad is brimming with the fresh flavors of spring.

  • Secrets of a Restaurant Chef

    Chef Anne Burrell transforms inexpensive pork shoulder into a fork-tender showstopper using simple tips in her tried-and-true recipe for Braised Pork Shoulder. Warm Wheatberry and Mushroom Salad adds even more flavor and texture to this restaurant-worthy dish. Crisp Pinot Grigio wine cuts the richness and refreshes the palate.

  • Secrets of a Restaurant Chef

    Anne honors the American Gulf Coast with a meal straight out of New Orleans. Her Gulf Shrimp Jambalaya is a savory, hearty pot brimming with andouille sausage, tender rice, and of course plenty of plump, sweet Gulf shrimp. Save room for dessert, because Anne's fluffy beignets, dusted with powdered sugar and served with Super Thick Hot Chocolate, are the best you'll find outside the Big Easy.

  • Secrets of a Restaurant Chef

    Chef Anne Burrell shares recipes and tips for a classic Italian-American supper. Tender veal scallops get browned to perfection, then finished in an easy yet perfectly balanced white wine sauce with capers and fresh lemon. For dessert, her homemade Cannoli feature crisp homemade cookie shells and a rich ricotta filling kissed with a pinch of cinnamon and studded with mini chocolate chips.

  • Secrets of a Restaurant Chef

    Celebrate fall's harvest with Anne's Autumn Chicken Pot Pie, a hearty stew enclosed in the perfect pastry crust. Butter Lettuce Salad with Crispy Prosciutto, Oyster Mushroom Chips, and Pears adds a fresh, elegant touch to the comforting entrée.

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About Anne

Anne Burrell has worked at some of New York's top restaurants and hosts Chef Wanted, Worst Cooks in America and Secrets of a Restaurant Chef. More

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