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My Favorite Mash-Ups

By Marcus Samuelsson | August 19, 2014

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I love twists on classic cuisine. My style of cooking blends culture, contrasts flavors, and plays with new styles of eating. It’s always been my methodology. That’s why I’m so excited for the second episode of my new show, The Feed. The episode, “Mashed Up Dishes & Food Design Wishes,” has Max Silvestri, Gail Simmons, and me crafting daring new food combinations. In preparation for the airing of the episode, I’ve compiled a few of my best food mash-up recipes below. Give them a try for something different, and make sure to tune into The Feed on Thursday, August 21, at 10 PM Eastern Time.

Korean Wonton Tacos with Napa Slaw

Swede Doggy Dog with Shrimp Salad 

Chai Toddy

Corn Pancakes with Chili-Covered Gravlax

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The Feed Premieres this Thursday, August 21st at 10PM EST on FYI Network

By Marcus Samuelsson | August 18, 2014

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I am so excited to announce that my new show, The Feed will begin airing on Thursday, August 21st with back-to-back episodes at 10PM EST on FYI. Together with Top Chef‘s Gail Simmons and comedian Max Silvestri, I’ll be navigating NYC’s latest food trends in this one of a kind culinary adventure. Part talk show, part challenge,The Feed aims to open up viewers to unique culinary experiences and try something different.

In episode 1, “Ghostly Meals & Food with Wheels,” we attempt to solve the mystery of phantom cuisine and shake up the norms of food to go. Episode 2, “Mashed Up Dishes & Food Design Wishes,” has Max, Gail, and I designing daring new food combinations and gadgets.

Tune in this Thursday, August 21 at 10 pm Eastern Time to check out the series premiere of The Feed. Click here for more information and airdates, and enjoy the preview clip below!

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Sneak Peek of My Visit on George To The Rescue

By admin | February 28, 2012

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It’s official! I’ve teamed up with George Oliphant to redesign the kitchen of the New York City YMCA and we’ve wasted no time; construction is already underway! That’s right, I’m joining George and his crew at the George To The Rescue Show to offer the NYC YMCA some much-needed help!

I stopped by yesterday with George to get our first look at the kitchen and help come up with some great ideas to not only renovate the YMCA kitchen but also help encourage the kids in the program to eat healthier.

Check out a quick sneak peek below of my visit on George To The Rescue and don’t forget to look out for our episode of George to the Rescue airing Saturday, April 21st at 10AM on NBC. Read More

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‘Savoring Harlem’ Premieres This Friday

By admin | February 21, 2012

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I’m proud to have Harlem as my neighborhood. Apart from the vast diversity of people, there also lies a vast diversity of food in Harlem. There is no doubt that Harlem is currently going through a new renaissance and food is right in the center of that change. Join me this Friday for my Food Network special, “Savoring Harlem,’ where I walk you through Harlem’s new food revolution and other aspects that make Harlem one of the most legendary neighborhoods in New York City.

‘Savoring Harlem’ airs this Friday, February 24th, starting at 8pm ET/PT on The Food Network. Before that you can chat with me on Food Network’s Facebook page at 3 pm where I’ll stop by to say hello and answer a few questions. Meanwhile, check out our trailer below for ‘Savoring Harlem.’ Read More

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My Visit to The Nate Berkus Show

By admin | February 7, 2012

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Last week, I had a great visit to The Nate Berkus Show. Nate and I spoke about one of my favorite classic traditions-brunch! I shared with him some simple recipes for some ultimate brunch dishes.

We prepared a simple yet very flavorful Apple and Pancetta Potato Pancake with an Asian Balsamic Vinaigrette. And let’s face it, you can’t have brunch without a great cocktail, since it’s the best excuse to start drinking early. So I also made a great Brunch Punch, that included red wine, cognac, orange juice, and bitters. Potato pancakes and punch- two awesome brunch treats! Read More

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Chefs Are The New Celebrities

By admin | October 5, 2011

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The food industry has grown by leaps and bounds in recent years, particularly in the area of television. There was a time when the spotlight was on super models, actors and musicians, but in recent years, these folks have made space on stage for a new kind of celebrity: Chefs. We want to know everything about them from who they are dating to what they are eating and what they stand for in life. What has made them so intriguing?

In recent years, food television has become very innovative in the very nature of what it depicts. Read More

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HBO Presents “Brave New Voices”

By mahir | October 22, 2010

Last Sunday, my team and I had the pleasure of preparing food for and attending HBO’s premier of “Brave New Voices”, a show devoted to young poets competing in the Brave New Voices national poetry slam competition.

It was so inspiring to see these youngsters pour their hearts and souls into their craft and we had the pleasure of hearing a few perform live for us at the HBO screening room. After the screening, we all mingled over some fish tacos, prosciutto date cigars and mini red velvet cupcakes.

More photos of the event after the jump.

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