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“Yes, Chef” Parting Shots

By Marcus Samuelsson | September 10, 2012

If I posted all the pictures I took from the road on the book tour, I would have enough content for the rest of the year. Looking back on all the highs and lows from the “Yes, Chef” tour, there is one thing I could say without a shadow of doubt–it was a lot of fun.

Look forward to seeing you in the Fall!

For more scenes from the tour:

Best Use of History: Traci Des Jardins and her Smorgasbord at Jardiniere.

Favorite Chicken: Had to be Rick Lopez’s chicken at La Condesa.

Coolest Room: At Son of a Gun with Jon, Vinny and Frank. What a way to start.

Best Playlist: In Austin. They crushed it with everything from Willie to Ethiopia.

Best Breakfast: Hanging with Steve, Monika and the Mother Jones crew and that amazing ham hogs and grits.

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