Chef Marcus Samuelsson and Macy's Culinary Council
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Chef Marcus Samuelsson and Macy’s Culinary Council

Chef Marcus Samuelsson Visited Macy's in Atlanta

Chef Marcus Samuelsson was recently in Atlanta with the Macy’s Culinary Council. If you have watched Top Chef Masters on Bravo then you know Marcus.

Chef Marcus Samuelsson

Internationally acclaimed chef, restaurateur, philanthropist, and cookbook author Marcus Samuelsson is the youngest chef to ever achieve two 3-star reviews from The New York Times. Chef Samuelsson is the Season 2 winner of Bravo’s Top Chef Masters. His NYC hotspot, Red Rooster Harlem, has maintained a 2-star review from The New York Times since its opening. Chef Samuelsson has also planned and executed a state dinner for the Obama Administration and hosted the President in his restaurant.

Chef Marcus gave fabulous demonstrations plus shared several recipes of game day food and tips for preparing a Super Bowl spread. The best is that we actually got to try his recipes and they were wonderful. We actually made his fried chicken a few days later and my family loved it!

Macy's Culinary Council

Macy's Culinary Council is made up of expert chefs from around the country, who are dedicated to inspiring you to eat, cook, and enjoy food at home – just like a chef. The MCC includes some of the nation's leading culinary masters like Rick Bayless, Michelle Bernstein, Cat Cora, Tom Douglas, Todd English, Marc Forgione, Emeril Lagasse, Marcus Samuelsson, Tim Scott, Nancy Silverton, Ming Tsai, Wolfgang Puck, and Takashi Yagihashi. Launched in 2003, this distinguished team provides expert culinary advice and leads in-store cooking demos to teach customers how to bring a little gourmet to their dining table.

Outside of Atlanta? Make certain to check out the Macy’s Culinary Council’s website to see when a chef may be visiting your city.

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  1. Eileen

    I love! My daughter is 13 and has been really into the Food Network since she was about 4, and wants to be a chef. Honestly, I am one of those boring cooks that LIKES to cook, LOVES to bake, but am boring in that I make things over and over. My daughter Morgan watches the various chefs and started to collect cookbooks. She is def a foodie! I love how the new chefs are inspiring our youth…to not only cook but to try new things and to eat healthier, and to allow the passion of food, cooking and baking into their busy day!

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