Restaurant fads come and go, but authentic and time-honored steakhouse classics are never out of style. Guy Fieri invites his chef friends to the ranch for an evening of entertaining and steakhouse favorites. Meat master Marc Murphy elevates a Grilled Skirt Steak with a Charred Pepper Salsa and reinvents a classic with his Grilled Escarole Caesar Salad. Michael Voltaggio updates beef with broccoli with his Dry-Aged Rib-Eye with Broccoli Chimichurri and Soy Mustard, served alongside Hibiscus Whiskey Sours. Eric Greenspan makes a Not-Classic Wedge Salad with Pickled Peppers, Olive Relish and Blue Cheese, paired with a succulent Butter-Basted Rib-Eye with Crispy Smashed Potatoes and Horseradish. And finally, Alex Guarnaschelli bucks convention with delectable Charred Double Cut Pork Chops with Brown Sugar BBQ Sauce and a decadent No-Bake Cheesecake for dessert.
Guy Fieri is expecting more than 100 guests for a multi-course Thanksgiving feast at the ranch, so he invites some of his best chef friends over to do a warm-up. Alex Guarnaschelli's Family Lasagna is just the appetizer for her Roast Turkey with Mozzarella and Pepperoni Stuffing and her Cranberry Aperol Spritzers. Jonathan Waxman puts his own spin on the turducken with a Capoducken with Chorizo and Oyster-Chestnut Stuffing, and he lightens things up with Gratin of Celery Root and Potato. Marc Murphy plans ahead, preparing a whole meal just so he has leftovers to create his Turkey Shepherd's Pie and Brussels Sprouts and Bacon, and then he celebrates the flavors of fall in Red Wine Cooked Apples with Pecan Crumble.