Let Bradley Cooper Be Your Personal Chef

Bradley Cooper and Sienna Miller dish on their favorite chef secrets and the perfect seal-the-deal meal.
BURNT

BURNT

(L-R) BRADLEY COOPER and SIENNA MILLER star in BURNT.

Photo by: Alex Bailey ©2014 The Weinstein Company. All rights reserved.

Alex Bailey, 2014 The Weinstein Company. All rights reserved.

Bradley Cooper and Sienna Miller really got their hands dirty for their new film, Burnt. Playing chefs in a top-tier kitchen, the stars did all of their own cooking, including shucking oysters, filleting turbot and chopping vegetables, and they picked up innumerable kitchen battle scars alongside the actual Michelin-starred chefs who trained them.

We sat down with the stars in advance of the film premiere to find out what it was like to get a crash course in four-star cuisine. We also got the scoop on how their home cooking has changed since filming, and we found out the surprising dishes they cook when they really want to impress someone.

To plan a dinner inspired by Cooper and Miller, watch our video below.

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