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Make it Messy with Marcus Samuelsson at Ginny’s Supper CLub

By Marcus Samuelsson | July 15, 2015

Join me at Ginny's Supper Club on 7/27 in celebrating the release of my new YA book Make It Messy.

Join me at Ginny's Supper Club on 7/27 in celebrating the release of my new YA book Make It Messy.


Last month, I released my first ever young adult book, Make It Messy: My Perfectly Imperfect Life, based on my memoir Yes, Chef. On Monday, July 27th, join me in celebrating kids and cooking, and the book’s release at Ginny’s Supper Club. The night kicks off at 6:00 pm and includes a buffet dinner, soft drinks for those 21 and younger (wine for 21+), and your own signed copy of Make It Messy.

This is the perfect event for aspiring teen chefs! Not only will I be there to share my experiences as a young chef, but I’ll be hosting a plating competition where you get to build your own dessert. Guest judges include teen food blogger Romily Newman and Chef Alexander from Junior MasterChef, and there will be lots of surprise prizes perfect for a budding culinary talent.

This is an exclusive event for MasterCard card holders. Tickets are $50 for kids, $75 for adults, and are on sale here now.

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Teens and Calorie Counting

By Christopher Stewart | June 4, 2013

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Photo: Jeannie

“When calorie information is available at a fast food/chain restaurant, how often does this information help you decide what to order?” 

Ever since the additions of calorie counts have been placed on menus across America in recent years, this question has been lingering over diner’s heads. Recently, studies show that it’s now a question being asked to teens, not adults. Published online from the Journal of Public Health, a new study has reported that out of 721 teens surveyed, 40% of tweens and teens between the ages of 9-18 years old pay attention to calorie counts and calorie information when it is available in fast food or chain restaurants. Read More

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