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Written on: February 21, 2023

Instant on and off. More precise temperature control. More even heating. Serious cooking demands propane cooking appliances. And propane’s advantages don’t end in the kitchen. Propane cooking appliances offer greater efficiency and energy savings, too. Keep exploring to learn more. All are key benefits of cooking with gas identified by chefs.

About Dean

Dean Sheremet uses propane to barbecue and cook on family meals on an outdoor propane-powered pizza oven. Sheremet prefers to cook with gas because, “It’s reliable, I know it’s hot and ready when I need it.”

Sheremet graduated top of his class from the French Culinary Institute in New York City and has worked in the kitchens of Nobu 57 and the 3-Michelin starred Jean Georges. He holds a certificate of food and beverage management from Cornell University. After a decade spent in the NYC restaurant scene, Dean moved back to California to star in FOX’s hit show, My Kitchen Rules, and The CW’s Terry Crew Saves Christmas. He appears regularly on such shows as Access Hollywood, CBS The Talk, Fox’s Good Day LA, and Hallmark’s Home and Family; he also contributes to Cosmopolitan, US Weekly, and The Daily Meal. Sheremet is a certified nutritionist, chef partner and healthy living advocate for Wellness in The Schools, part of Michelle Obama’s Chefs Move to Schools initiative

On Cooking With Gas

When people think about cooking with gas indoors, some suggest it leads to poor air quality. “It’s not the source that is the problem, it’s what they are cooking. Most often people use the wrong oil and cook at the wrong temperature.”

– Chef Dean

A Few Popular Recipes of Chef Dean to Cook with Propane

Skirt Steak With Salsa Verde

Seared Shrimp with Asian Greens

Spaghetti and Clams