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Events

Photos: Cooking at the Aspen Ideas Festival

By Marcus Samuelsson | July 1, 2013

  I was invited to cook the “Meal of a Lifetime” for the Booz Allen Hamilton dinner at the Aspen Ideas Festival, a solid week devoted to gathering some of the greatest minds across the world and listening to them discuss topics related to the economy, energy, citizenship, design, innovation and so much more. Fresh Read More

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Notes from LinkedIn: Cooking Your Way Into a New Community

By Marcus Samuelsson | June 27, 2013

It’s the start of the Aspen Ideas Festival, a gathering of great minds in Colorado to discuss incredible innovations and the most pressing issues of the present. I’m extremely excited to hear some of these amazing thinkers and leaders speak (you can see the all-star line up here) and am even more humbled to have Read More

mixed greens with argan oil apple vinaigrette
Back to Basics

Back to Basics: Argan Oil

By Ashley Beck | June 18, 2013

Two weeks ago we introduced Argania’s argan oil, where it comes from, and the fairness of it all. Since we know it’s a new concept for some of our culinary palates I have asked our friends over at Argania to share some ideas on how to use this flavorful oil. Name: Argan oil made from kernels from Read More

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Events

Filming A Moveable Feast for PBS

By Alexandra Fleischman | June 11, 2013

Monday afternoon, Barbuto Chef Jonathan Waxman and Australian Chef Pete Evans joined Marcus in the Red Rooster kitchen to cook five courses for friends and family—a meal that will become an episode of new show Moveable Feast. In the kitchen, cameramen weaved around hushed spectators as they tried to capture every moment on film. Jonathan and Read More

chorizo, burgers, sliders, marcus samuelsson
GrillingMeat

Chorizo Slider Burgers Recipe

By Marcus Samuelsson | May 12, 2013

Burgers are a classic summer dish, but I add chorizo for a special twist. These sliders are a fun offering for family get-togethers or parties in the park. Serve my roasted corn salad with these burgers as a refreshing side. Watch the video here. Watch the video of how to make these delicious chorizo slider Read More

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NewsYes Chef

“Yes, Chef” Wins James Beard Award

By Jeannette Park | May 6, 2013

Friday night brought out the culinary media’s best and brightest for the James Beard Foundation New Media Awards. Held at Gotham Hall, the crowd was a teaser to the A-list chefs in attendance at Monday’s James Beard Foundation Awards Gala. Martha Stewart sat at a table not far away from the likes of Andrew Zimmern Read More

Recipes

10 Recipes to Make for Brunch This Weekend

By Christopher Stewart | April 26, 2013

Whenever a sunny weekend rolls around …better yet, whenever the weekend rolls around in general, the only thoughts on my mind are brunch. What will I be eating for brunch and where will I be eating for brunch, are the two main questions that I need immediate answers to. Going out is always great, but sometimes I Read More

tuna, avocado, soy, tartare
Chasing Flavors

Tartare: 3 Ways 3 Cultures

By Christopher Stewart | April 22, 2013

When you think of culture, you generally think of a specific type of culture and also a specific type of food. You never really think of one meal, and the similarities it has throughout three different cultures. In a recent Food and Wine article Marcus reflected back on his love for kitfo, a similar version of beef tartare Read More

tabouleh, middle eastern, pizza
DinnerMeat

Middle Eastern Pizza Recipe

By Sara Mae Danish | April 16, 2013

On a trip to Turkey last summer I fell in love with Lahmacun- a sort of thin-crust pizza that is light and crisp with sizzling broiled minced beef or lamb. Obsessed with this delicious delight, I searched the web for a recipe that would bring me back to my very first bite. To my surprise, Read More

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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

Restaurants

Streetbird Rotisserie
Marcus’ Bermuda
Eatery Social Taqueria
Red Rooster Harlem
Ginny’s Supper Club
Uptown Brasserie
American Table Cafe and Bar
Kitchen and Table
American Table Brasserie and Bar
Norda
Marc Burger