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34 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Marcus Samuelsson. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Marcus Samuelsson, often where they are interviewed.

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34 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Marcus Samuelsson. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Marcus Samuelsson, often where they are interviewed.

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Marcus Samuelsson

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On cooking for Presidents, finding his Ethiopian father, and losing friends in 9/11. Award-winning chef and restauranteur Marcus Samuelsson joins Jay on video call from New York, USA, to share food and fascinating stories. Jay enjoys lunch from Manze in London, UK: https://www.manze.co.uk/ And Marcus is eating dinner from Sisters in Harlem, New York: https://www.sisterscuisineharlem.com/ A Somethin' Else / Jay Rayner production

Nov 17 2020 · 33mins
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From Doro Wat to Jollof Rice: Marcus Samuelsson on the Rise of Black Cooking

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We chat with chef and TV host Marcus Samuelsson about his childhood in Ethiopia, his adoption by Swedish parents and the rich complexity of the Black experience in America, from cooking to culture. Plus, Joe Berkowitz reveals secrets from the little-known world of cheesemaking; Bianca Bosker gives us a history lesson on the humble fork; and we make hearty Soupe au Pistou. 


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Nov 13 2020 · 51mins

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Marcus Samuelsson on Music, Food Memories, and Making a Difference

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Chef, restaurateur, author, and philanthropist, Marcus Samuelsson, reminisces on his grandmother’s kitchen and shares how she made fish dumplings and apple jam. In this episode of Homemade, Samuelsson talks with host Martie Duncan about growing up in Sweden, traveling the US for No Passport Required, and seeing the best in people at the worst of times. They discuss the importance of Black cooks in American food history and how to support Black chefs in your community. Samuelsson also tells about his love of Thanksgiving and his secret ingredient for super crispy and delicious turkey skin.

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Oct 28 2020 · 33mins
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Marcus Samuelsson Stirs the Pot

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Top Chef Master, James Beard Award winner and Chopped judge, Samuelsson’s cooked for the Obamas and become the face of a global American cuisine, championing diversity in food and society. We talk about Anthony Bourdain’s vulnerability, fine dining v. street food, Covid’s impact on the eating experience, and how Prince and Bowie inspire him.

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Oct 07 2020 · 43mins
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Nina Compton and Marcus Samuelsson

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Sit back and listen in as two friends from the culinary industry catch up in our debut podcast series. For our second episode, Chef Nina Compton chats with her friend Chef Marcus Samuelsson about their respective upbringings, the challenges of being a Black chef, finding mentors, drawing inspiration from travel, and their new projects on the horizon.

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Oct 01 2020 · 42mins
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Food and Politics with Marcus Samuelsson

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Renowned Ethiopian-Swedish chef Marcus Samuelsson shares his love and fear of being Black in America and his plans to transform food media, including the embattled Bon Appétit magazine.
Sep 23 2020 · 29mins
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Marcus Samuelsson: Red Rooster Harlem

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Born in Ethiopia, adopted and raised in Sweden, Chef Marcus Samuelsson's multicultural background and belief in food-as-community reflects his life today as Chef/Owner of Red Rooster, Streetbird and Ginny's Supper Club, all in Harlem. The youngest person to earn a New York Times three star review at age 23 as executive chef at Aquavit, Marcus is Co-Chairman of the Board for Careers through Culinary Arts Program (C-CAP) to help mentor aspiring chefs.

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Aug 19 2020 · 49mins
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The Economist Asks: Marcus Samuelsson

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America’s independent restaurants face a future in which half their tables stand empty. Anne McElvoy asks award-winning chef and restaurateur Marcus Samuelsson how restaurants can reinvent their business models to survive. They talk about converting chic eateries into community kitchens in the covid-19 crisis and why he thinks Joe Biden deserves a chance. Also, what does Mr Samuelsson make of racial tensions following the fatal police brutality case in Minnesota? And he takes Anne McElvoy on a culinary tour from chicken stew in his native Ethiopia via Swedish lingonberry vodka to red-velvet cake in Harlem.


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May 28 2020 · 29mins
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The Economist Asks: Marcus Samuelsson

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America’s independent restaurants face a future in which half their tables stand empty. Anne McElvoy asks award-winning chef and restaurateur Marcus Samuelsson how restaurants can reinvent their business models to survive. They talk about converting chic eateries into community kitchens in the covid-19 crisis and why he thinks Joe Biden deserves a chance. Also, what does Mr Samuelsson make of racial tensions following the fatal police brutality case in Minnesota? And he takes Anne McElvoy on a culinary tour from chicken stew in his native Ethiopia via Swedish lingonberry vodka to red-velvet cake in Harlem.


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May 28 2020 · 29mins
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MARCUS SAMUELSSON: "CHEFS HAVE ALWAYS BEEN FIRST RESPONDERS"

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Marcus Samuelsson has transformed his restaurants in Newark, Miami and Harlem into relief centers, having endured the toughest weeks of his distinguished career. On today's episode, Marcus talks about leading by listening, why running the Red Rooster in Harlem is like call and response in church, the heroes from his restaurant teams and what he misses most during this pandemic. Marcus is an anchor in his Harlem community. Hear from whom he continues to draw the strength to sustain those mighty efforts. 

Apr 13 2020 · 26mins
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