Finding a simple but elegant dish for entertaining can be a challenge, but with only a few simple ingredients and easy steps, Chris Rendell, executive chef at New York City's Whitehall restaurant, shows us how to make two picture perfect dishes, perfect for your next family gathering or dinner party.

Rendell, at the helm of Whitehall, has cooked on four continents in many acclaimed kitchens. His tenure in London specifically gave him a love for British cuisine which inspired Whitehall, known for its innovative "new British" fare.

Check out the slideshow above to learn how to make Rendell's seared scallops, spiced butternut squash puree, apple and shaved fennel salad appetizer and his roasted duck breast, parsnip, pomegranate and pea shoots entree.

 

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