Anthony Anderson Visits Le Cordon Bleu College of Culinary in Los Angeles for his Role as "Chef for a Day"
On Thursday, July 30, Le Cordon Bleu College of Culinary Arts in Los Angeles enjoyed a star-studded visit from cooking enthusiast and Emmy-nominated “Black-ish” star Anthony Anderson, along with five of his closest friends. Joining Chef Instructor Jeffrey Jimenez in the professional kitchens of Le Cordon Bleu to hone his culinary chops, Anthony whipped up a mouthwatering meal made with favorite farmer’s market finds.
On the menu? Pan Seared Steak with Port Wine Reduction Sauce, Sautéed Patty Pan Squash and Root Vegetable Puree. During the exclusive cooking experience, Anthony learned how to slice, dice, sauté and roast just like a Le Cordon Bleu professional student, thanks to the hands-on guidance from Chef Jimenez.
A self-proclaimed foodie who recently announced his return to the Food Network to host new series “Carnival Cravings with Anthony Anderson,” Anthony jumped at the chance to pursue his culinary passions, taking his skills in the kitchen to the next level with help from the experts. Anthony was thrilled to learn culinary skills and techniques straight from the pro – Chef Jimenez – and became a pro of his own in no time, creating delicious, flavorful meals for all to enjoy. Anthony’s “Chef for a Day” was filled with elite cooking lessons, a few laughs and is certain to be a day to remember.