In his publishing debut, EAT YOUR HEART OUT: The Feel Good, Look Good, Silver Lining Cookbook (Countryman Press, a division of W.W. Norton & Company; February 14, 2016; ISBN: 978-1-58157-329-9; $25.95; Hardcover), Dean Sheremet shares how he pulled himself out of his post-divorce funk and pieced his life together—recipe by recipe, meal by meal. Following his appetite and aptitude for cooking, nurtured by his grandmother at a young age, Sheremet went back to school, graduated from the French Culinary Institute at the top of his class, and landed jobs in coveted kitchens, including the 3-Michelin-starred epitome of fine dining, Jean Georges. In the midst of building a new career, he discovered the joy of cooking for himself. Liberated from catering to the needs of his famous wife, Dean placed a priority on self-care, beginning with eating for optimum nourishment and pleasure every day.
DEAN SHEREMET is an accomplished, nationally renowned chef. After graduating from the French Culinary Institute at the top of his class, he launched his career in the kitchen of a New York City celebrity hotspot, Nobu 57. He went on to join one of the world’s most coveted 3-Michelin-star kitchens, Jean Georges. Now dedicated to combining his passions for food and entertaining, he regularly appears on television, including Access Hollywood, CBS’s The Talk, Fox’s Good Day LA, and Hallmark Channel’s Emmy-nominated Home and Family, as well as contributes to Cosmopolitan, US Weekly, Foodily, and The Daily Meal. Since 2011, Dean has been happily married to photographer Sarah Silver. The couple lives in New York City.