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Chef Lamar Moore

Soul by Chef Todd Richards

Chef Lamar Moore is one of the most creative chefs I know.  His food style might be rooted in “Southern” but his worldwide cooking resume has pushed into celebrity chef fame including being 2020 winner of The Food Network Vegas Chef Prize Fight food competition.  Chef Lamar now heads the kitchen as Executive Chef of the Flamingo Casino's Bugsey and his IG account is something special to follow.Heritage Radio Network is a listener supported nonprofit podcast network. Support Soul by Chef Todd Richards by becoming a member!Soul by Chef Todd Richards is Powered by Simplecast.


26 Jan 2021

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Lamar Moore – Striving for Greatness

flavors unknown podcast

What we covered in this episode Chef Lamar Moore won the Food Network’s Vegas Chef Prizefight and became the Head Chef of Bugsy & Meyer’s Steakhouse at the Flamingo in las Vegas. He shares with us the premise of the show ad his experience on TV cooking shows. Chef Lamar Moore shares his approach to opening a new restaurant. He talks about the food scene in Las Vegas. Chef Lamar Moore comes back to what compelled him to become a chef and the different experiences he had traveling abroad in Europe, Greece, and Peru. Chef Lamar Moore describes his creative process and his sources of inspiration. Giving back to the community is essential to him and he wants to provide opportunities to the younger generation of cooks. Chef Marcu Samuelsson. Less than 18% of chefs are African-Americans and Chef Lamar Moore said “We have to work twice as hard just to keep up and three times as hard to earn the opportunity.” He talks about the difficulties of being African-American today and the need for equal opportunities. Chef Lamar Moore has a passion for mentoring African-American youth. Now with his celebrity chef status and his recent victory at the Vegas Chef Prizefight, he is, even more, empowered to show an example of black excellence to a younger generation of African-American. He mentions that great dish recipes ca come from mistakes. He tells the story of how the Sweet Tea Brined Pork Chops came about. Series of rapid-fire questions. Link to the podcast episode on Apple Podcast #gallery-3 { margin: auto; } #gallery-3 .gallery-item { float: left; margin-top: 10px; text-align: center; width: 25%; } #gallery-3 img { border: 2px solid #cfcfcf; } #gallery-3 .gallery-caption { margin-left: 0; } /* see gallery_shortcode() in wp-includes/media.php */Warm heirloom beet and pumpkin salad @Bugsy & Meyer’sRoasted Cauliflower steak @Bugsy & Meyer’sChef Lamar Moore award winning fried chicken Honey butter biscuit ,Mac m cheese fritesSteak tartare foil gras creamPimiento cheese burger recipe from Chef Lamar Moore Moore's signature burger features two thin-smashed patties, house-made pimento cheese, and pickles on a brioche bun.Toast the brioche buns in a frying pan with butter (both sides).Place a slice of cheese on top of the buns.For the patties, mix 80% Angus and 20% brisket.Add salt and pepper to the patties.Sizzle the burgers.Do not press the burger down when it cooks. For the pimiento cheese.Mix diced smokes jalapenos, raw jalapenos, red pimientos, mayo, fresh garlic, a little bit of beer, green onions, cilantro, sour cream cream, cream cheese, ad shredded cheddar.Place the burgers on the buns.Drop the pimiento cheese on top of the burgers. Serve and enjoy!Click to tweetEach week I competed on a high level and I was able to get in the heads of a lot of the chefs that I competed against and make sure that I set myself apart from what they did. Click To TweetI define myself as a fun-loving chef and a person, and I like to have great camaraderie in the kitchen and with people. I'm a huge people person. I like to give back to communities. Click To TweetIt's so important to me as a person and as a chef to give back to communities and I do it through food. Click To TweetI've had great people that mentored me and it's important for me to continue to echelon through other people. Click To TweetThere are a lot of African-American chefs out there. We need to have a voice and a sound for ourselves to be known for who we are and culturally, for what we do. Click To TweetOne of my favorite chefs is Marcus Samuelsson. I love what he does for the community. I watch how he brings up other chefs throughout his teams and his operations....


27 Oct 2020

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weTHRIVE Episode 1 - Steven Lamar Moore

weTHRIVE Podcast

Casey Clark interviews Steven Lamar Moore, composer, creator and owner of Moore Music Productions, on episode 1 of the weTHRIVE Podcast. 


20 Sep 2020

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Episode 6: Fright Night (with special guests Rodney Lamar Moore & Dennis Cohen)

Don’t Stop Believin’ Podcast

In this episode the boys (Roy Alex Gomez, Humberto Moreno, and Joseph Soto) are joined by special guests Rodney Lamar Moore and Dennis Cohen as they discuss-The terror of the Tokoloshe, the 5ft tall creature with a 4ft penis-Sexual Alien  Encounters-Spirit Box Sessions (Robin Williams & Johnny Cash)-and all sorts of fun factsspirit box session(s) by HUFF PARANROMAL and can be found on YouTube @https://www.youtube.com/user/Like and subscribe and tell them your old pals at the nsfl podcast sent ya!Intro music “routine’ by Jaesus Follow and add songs to playlist on Spotify : Jaesus , follow on Instagram : jaesus956 Like on Facebook : JaesusFollow us here 👇👌👇@ROYAGOMEZCOMEDY on instagram, Facebook, and twitter @HUMBERTOCOMEDY on instagram and on Facebook @JOSEPHSOTOCOMEDY on instagram and @JOSEPHSOTOCMDY on TwitterProduced by: Joseph Soto, Humberto Moreno, and Roy Alex GomezEdited by: Roy Alex Gomez Buy our merch here!👇👌👇https://etsy.me/2xmkk9APlease subscribe, rate, and review us on iTunes, Spotify, and YouTube 

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24 Aug 2020

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Cultivate: Conversations on Race (Part 2: Lamar Moore)

College Hills GPS

In this week's episode we continue our summer series focusing on the kinds of people we are becoming in these trying times. What virtues and traits of Jesus should we cultivate in our lives right now? In light of a heightened awareness of racial tensions in our country in recent weeks we are going to spend time intentionally talking about this topic. The hope is we will cultivate a willingness to have conversation about hard issues and seek understanding of those different than ourselves. This week our special guest is Lamar Moore.


14 Jun 2020

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Episode 47: Audarshia Townsend interviews Chef Lamar Moore of 'Vegas Chef Prizefight'


Lamar Moore wins Food Network’s ‘Vegas Chef Prizefight,’ earns respect beyond the kitchen.


6 May 2020

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Episode 18 – Interview with Lamar Moore

Cambro Eats

In this episode of Cambro Eats, we talk to Chef Lamar Moore. Chef’s journey through foodservice takes some very interesting turns. From his time at Le Cordon Bleu in Chicago to working on the expansion of McCormick and Schmick’s across the US to working at stadiums all over the country, his experiences are eye opening. Oh and he was on a TV reality show so for more check out the interview. Guest: Lamar Moore Host: Felix Bazgan The Swill Inn: Website | Instagram Cambro: Website | Instagram | Facebook | Twitter | Cambro Eats Website


1 Jul 2019