I spent the weekend reading, “Yes, Chef!” the autobiography of Chef Marcus Samuelsson. At just 24, Marcus was awarded three-stars from the New York Times as the Executive Chef at Aquavit. The James Beard Foundation named him “Best Chef- New York City” in 2003 and honored him with the “Best International Cookbook” for A Soul of a New Cuisine in 2006. Marcus also serves as a recurring judge for Chopped, one of Food Network’s highest-rated series with a following of over 20 million viewers a month! Reading “Yes, Chef!” made me want to relearn everything I have ever thought about cooking and kitchens, eating out and food, about working and blogging. His words and life are really inspiring.
It is my pleasure to share with you that that Chef Marcus will be in Philadelphia on Thursday, June 25th (edited) at Macy’s Center City! To RSVP please visit: http://marcussamuelsson-macyscentercity.eventbrite.com. Hurry to reserve your spot; seating is on a first come, first serve basis.
During the event get tips and tricks that will impress your family and friends at your next gathering from Macy’s Culinary Council Chef Marcus Samuelsson, hosted by TV Host, Lifestyle Expert, and Food Lover Anji Corley. Hear from the master as he shares stories from the kitchen and tips on how to prepare some of his favorite award-winning dishes. The best part? There will be plenty of scrumptious samples to enjoy!
With any purchase of $35 or more in the Home Department receive a $10 Macy’s gift card and a copy of Marcus’ book Marcus Off Duty, which he’ll sign for you. Purchases must be made 6/14 – 6/25/15 at Macy’s Center City. Please note, limit is one per customer, while supplies last and time permits. Gift card valid 6/25-6/29/15.
I can’t wait to check out the recipes in this new book. While reading “Yes, Chef!” I found myself imagining al of the great flavors he was putting together and wondering how I could replicate that in my kitchen. Also, Chef Marcus wrote that he often ate on the go, doing research in other restaurants and experiencing new tastes and that his kitchen wasn’t really used. I am eager to see what changed his attitude and what he keeps his pantry stocked with.
While you’re waiting for the event, visit Chef online: http://www.marcussamuelsson.com
This post is sponsored by Macy’s Culinary Council; however, all thoughts and opinions expressed are my own.
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