Health & Wellness

Queen of Green: Health and Beauty from Sea Moss

By Lauren Von Der Pool | March 27, 2014

(Photo by Mouser Williams)

Lauren Von Der Pool’s hunger for healthy living began in Washington, D.C. where she grew up in a food desert—an environment totally lacking fresh, healthy options. When Von Der Pool realized that what was going on in her life and community was happening globally, she began to educate herself, her community, and the world about healthy living. A passionate humanitarian and artist, Von Der Pool dedicates her life to raising awareness about living a conscious, creative, green life.

This is the fourth in a series of guest posts by Queen of Green Lauren Von Der Pool about healthy and natural lifestyle tips.

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Where To Go

Minority Chef Summit

By Heeseung Kim | March 24, 2014

(Photo by Matt Karp)

This year marks the first year of the multi-day Minority Chef Summit in Nassau, Bahamas. The event was founded by Erika Davis, the former creative director of Graycliff Chocolatier in Nassau, and benefits the College of the Bahamas. The three-day summit offers panels, cooking demos, and seminars with top chefs from around the U.S.

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NewsRestaurants

Marcus Makes His Way To Bermuda

By Meaghan Dillon | March 21, 2014

bermuda

bermuda

If you’ve been trudging through this never-ending polar winter like we have, then you’ll understand our dream of eating fresh, local fish with a view of sparkling blue water. At Marcus’s latest project, a pop-up restaurant in Bermuda called Samuelsson at HP, this will be a reality. Starting on June 3 and running through August 3, the pop-up will be a teaser for a larger scale, signature restaurant opening next spring, located at the historical Fairmont Hamilton Princess.

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Health & Wellness

Queen of Green: Remember These Memory Boosters

By Lauren Von Der Pool | March 20, 2014

(Photo by Colleen Proppe)

Lauren Von Der Pool’s hunger for healthy living began in Washington, D.C. where she grew up in a food desert—an environment totally lacking fresh, healthy options. When Von Der Pool realized that what was going on in her life and community was happening globally, she began to educate herself, her community, and the world about healthy living. A passionate humanitarian and artist, Von Der Pool dedicates her life to raising awareness about living a conscious, creative, green life.

This is the third in a series of guest posts by Queen of Green Lauren Von Der Pool about healthy and natural lifestyle tips.

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Health & Wellness

Queen of Green: Reishi the Magic Mushroom

By Lauren Von Der Pool | March 13, 2014

(Photo by Natures Paparazzi)

Lauren Von Der Pool’s hunger for healthy living began in Washington, D.C. where she grew up in a food desert—an environment totally lacking fresh, healthy options. When Von Der Pool realized that what was going on in her life and community was happening globally, she began to educate herself, her community, and the world about healthy living. A passionate humanitarian and artist, Von Der Pool dedicates her life to raising awareness about living a conscious, creative, green life.

This is the second in a series of guest posts by Queen of Green Lauren Von Der Pool about healthy and natural lifestyle tips.

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Health & Wellness

Queen of Green: Aloe Vera, the Wonder Plant

By Lauren Von Der Pool | March 6, 2014

(Photo by Allan Reyes)

Lauren Von Der Pool’s hunger for healthy living began in Washington, D.C. where she grew up in a food desert—an environment totally lacking fresh, healthy options. When Von Der Pool realized that what was going on in her life and community was happening globally, she began to educate herself, her community, and the world about healthy living. A passionate humanitarian and artist, Von Der Pool dedicates her life to raising awareness about living a conscious, creative, green life.

This is the first in a series of guest posts by Queen of Green Lauren Von Der Pool about healthy and natural lifestyle tips.

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Books

Black History Month: A Look Back at African-American Cookbooks

By Marcus Samuelsson | February 28, 2014

what mrs fisher knows

what mrs fisher knows

I’m a firm believer that one of the best ways to learn about a culture is through food. For those of us who can’t travel, can’t physically break bread with the originators we have to rely on shared traditions.  Growing up in Sweden, I had little reference point for American cooking, let alone African American cooking so when I finally moved to the States, I studied everything and ate anything I could.  Nowadays, most Europeans know that the only food that is intrinsically American is Southern food; African American cuisine.  These books below are some of the greats; the ones that tell the story and fill the bellies the best.

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Meet the Team

About The Team

Whether it’s finding the best goat tacos in LA, spotting a well-worn vintage bag in Sweden, or interviewing the “crab man” selling seafood on a corner in Harlem, we tell stories seen from Chef Marcus Samuelsson‘s point of view. MarcusSamuelsson.com strives to create conversations about food, nutrition, culture, art, and design. We want to find Read More

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