Culinary Director - Branded Restaurants:
Big Daddy’s, City Crab and Duke’s, NYC
Today’s consumers are looking for sandwiches that feature new ingredients, interesting flavors and unique combinations.1 With a more premium image than any other Dijon, Grey Poupon helps chefs capture their attention.2
The majority of professional chefs agree that gourmet sandwiches are a hot trend in 2010.3 And Chef Michael Siry is no exception. Once known among his friends as "Condiment Man," Michael’s self-described love affair with Grey Poupon began when he was still a boy growing up in Englewood, New Jersey. Today, he uses it primarily in sauces and spreads to add depth to a variety of items, including his fresh and flavorful gourmet sandwiches.
About Chef Michael Siry
If Michael approaches his sandwiches with the discipline of an Ironman® triathlete, it’s because he is one. Be it running a marathon or running popular concept restaurants, the Englewood, New Jersey, native gives 100% to whatever he does. And it shows in his masterful layering of fresh, flavorful ingredients. “Cooking is art—it’s part of expressing yourself,” Michael explains. “It’s something that you love to do, love to give and love to share.”
Michael recently competed on the popular Food Network television show Chopped, winning the $10,000 grand prize as the last man standing.
Click here to see recipes from Chef Michael
Visit Chef Michael’s restaurants at www.brandedrestaurants.com