For holidays, G. Garvin enjoys letting others in his family do the cooking—though his expertise is often sought.
Garvin says preparation is key in preparing for a holiday feast.
The chef is a fan of splitting up the work when it comes to big family dinners.
After the main course is done, Garvin says turkey and filet mignon are great to multipurpose for sandwiches, stew and more.
Garvin rolls up his sleeves to feed the displaced every Thanksgiving.
The chef likes to mix things up in his kitchen.
The famous cook takes his role in the kitchen serious and would love to meet a woman who also enjoys cooking.
Garvin breaks down great meals that can easily be done at home in his new book, “Dining In,” (Meredith) released in October.
Garvin has competition in the kitchen with his daughter, 5, who is already scrambling eggs.