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Growing up in Auxerre, France, award-winning chef Lefebvre was originally inspired to cook by his grandmother. The chef at Trois Mec in Los Angeles later learned to hone his skills from culinary giants like Marc Meneau at the legendary restaurant L’Esperance in Burgundy, as well as Pierre Gagnaire and Alain Passard in Paris. With a killer workout routine that involves boxing, surfing, cycling, and even karate, Lefeb proves you can be a culinary great (and even indulge in the occasional In-N-Out burger!) and still rock a fit physique.
Date-night dinner: My wife's favorite dish is Steak au Poivre, so that is definitely a “date night" meal for her. It’s about making the wife happy, right? Although sometimes I skip the cooking and we'll just have smoked salmon, Créme fraîche, caviar, and toast and butter. It’s pretty perfect, and I don't have to stress about cooking or cleaning.
Favorite way to sweat: My exercise routine goes through phases. Right now it's boxing and biking. Before that it was running and surfing. I also love martial arts and have a blue belt in karate. I ran the LA Marathon twice and definitely hope I can do it again.
Food splurge: Double Double from In-N-Out Burger with a milkshake, fries, and a cold beer on the side (if I am eating it at home).
Feast your eyes on these super-sexy, talented chefs who are spicing things up both in and out of the kitchen
Feast your eyes on these super-sexy, talented chefs who are spicing things up both in and out of the kitchen.