Meet Chef Dean

Dean Sheremet can do it all. A former dancer turned chef, nutritionist and personal trainer, Chef Dean needs an energy source as versatile as he is.

He likes to cook with propane because “it’s reliable. I know it’s hot and ready when I need it.” From his home in LA, Chef Dean turns to propane to barbecue and cook family meals in his outdoor pizza oven.

A Truly Seasoned Chef

  • Graduated top of his class from the French Culinary Institute
  • Veteran of legendary kitchens at Nobu57 and the 3-Michelin starred Jean Georges
  • Author of “Eat Your Heart Out: the Look Good, Feel Good, Silver Lining Cookbook”
  • Star of FOX’s “My Kitchen Rules” and The CW’s “Terry Crew Saves Christmas”
  • Regular guest on Access Hollywood, The Talk, Good Day LA, and Hallmark’s Home and Family
  • Contributor to Cosmopolitan, US Weekly, and The Daily Meal
  • Advocate for Michelle Obama’s Chefs Move to Schools initiative

Chef Dean’s Latest Recipes

Neapolitan Pizza

The hottest item in outdoor cooking – a propane-powered pizza oven. Gather your friends and family for a pizza party. Chef Dean shares his favorite pizza dough recipe to get you started. Top as you wish, and feel free to experiment.

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Smash Burger with Miso Russian Dressing

Serve up Dean’s classic roadside smash burger that’s grilled to excellence on a propane grill. Paired with a unique twist on the perfect burger sauce, it’ll have your tailgate guests coming back for the next game.

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Stuffed Jalapeños

Spice up your tailgate with Dean’s stuffed jalapeños. Cooked over your propane griddle, this recipe is the perfect mix of spicy, creamy, and cheesy that’s sure to add a kick at your next event.

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The Truth about Propane Cooking and Air Quality

The act of cooking itself reduces indoor air quality—regardless of whether the stove is powered by propane, natural gas, electricity, or wood. The type of food being cooked and the cooking method will always have the most impact on indoor air quality. Following best cooking practices helps to ensure that safety and indoor air quality is being maintained—without sacrificing the meals you love.

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