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About Chef Kevin

Executive Chef, "Private Chef to The Stars" & Author of "Beyond My Chef Coat" Kevin Des Chenes has over 20 years of experience in the Hospitality industry.

He was named "Top Chef" by Las Vegas Food & Wine and is the winner of "Top Celebrity Chef Showdown" He has been a Chef Expert for Gordon Ramsey and appeared as a Featured Chef on Food Network's Chef Wanted, Great Food Truck Race & Beat Bobby Flay, as well as The Today Show, Nationally Syndicated Better Show, CT Style, Pickler & Ben, Fox Morning Show & The Rhode Show among others. He is also an advocate for such charities as Michelle's Place & The Light Foundation. Chef Kevin's creativity in the kitchen & on the screen has not gone unnoticed. Having served as Executive Chef at such New England landmarks as 156 Bistro, Centro Martini & Washington Square Tavern, He has since Launched a successful Private Chef Company and become one of the most sought after Chef's in the industry, working with some great people including; Giuliana Rancic, Kathie Lee & Hoda, Isiah Thomas, Various New England Patriots & Red Sox players and coaches, among others. You never know what he'll do next so keep your eyes peeled for this seasoned Chef, and if you find him in a city near you take your taste buds on an Epic Journey with Chef Kev D!




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Burger Ode: Chef Kevin Des Chenes
  • The waitress set a bottle of ketchup on the table. I looked at the burger. Plain in appearance, a slice of tomato and a sheaf of iceberg lettuce on the plate to be added to burger and bun.
    At first glance, it seemed to cry out for a dollop of ketchup for moisture's sake, but I decided to taste the burger first. There would be no need for ketchup.
    The burger was char-broiled crispy on the outside, as per my medium-well order. Inside, gorgonzola cheese was worked into the beef, along with Worcestershire sauce. Moist and flavorful in a way that I would not want any old Heinz to mask.
    The waitress set a bottle of ketchup on the table. I looked at the burger. Plain in appearance, a slice of tomato and a sheaf of iceberg lettuce on the plate to be added to burger and bun.
    At first glance, it seemed to cry out for a dollop of ketchup for moisture's sake, but I decided to taste the burger first. There would be no need for ketchup.
    The burger was char-broiled crispy on the outside, as per my medium-well order. Inside, gorgonzola cheese was worked into the beef, along with Worcestershire sauce. Moist and flavorful in a way that I would not want any old Heinz to mask.

    Terri Hallenbeck

    Burlington Free Press Staff Writer

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