Gala Chef Q & A: JBF Award Winner Marcus Samuelsson

JBF Award winner Marcus Samuelsson

 

JBF Award Winner Marcus Samuelsson, Red Rooster Harlem, NYC

 

What’s your favorite movie, and why?

I like the movie Casino because the acting is so great and all the characters are fantastic. A Thin Red Line is also a favorite. The cinematography is so beautiful.

 

Describe the last great meal you ate.

I took my wife for her first meal at Nobu recently. Nobu was there and he cooked lunch for us. It was special to be able to share it with her, and the food was incredible, as always. The flavors are spot-on every time.

 

What’s the dish you’re most proud of?

I am most proud of my grandmother’s meatballs, a dish that I serve at Red Rooster. Her cooking is the reason why I do this.

 

What’s your favorite movie snack?

Either plain salted peanuts or there’s also a mix of Ethiopian peanuts and barley that is especially... Read more >

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Eye Candy: Doughnuts

Diners were served an unexpected treat at JBF Award winner Marcus Samuelsson's Beard House dinner last month: a surprise platter of housemade glazed doughnuts, sprinkled with powdered sugar. Click here to see more photos of Marcus Samuelsson and his team.

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On the Menu: May 16 through May 22

Here’s what’s happening at the Beard House and around the country next week: Monday, May 17, 7:00 P.M. Seasonal French When CIA alum Humberto Campos Jr. followed his dream of opening his own restaurant, his labor of love turned out to be one of the region’s most romantic gems. Join him for a menu of the French-inspired seasonal cooking that has earned him four stars from the Star-Ledger. Tuesday, May 18, 7:00 P.M. Relais & Châteaux Series: Four-Star Dining When 2010 JBF Award nominee Daniel Humm took over the kitchen at Eleven Madison Park in 2006, the food world sang his praises. Since then Humm has really been humming; in

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On the Menu: Marcus Samuelsson

While it remains to be seen if Marcus Samuelsson will carry the day in the champions round of Top Chef Masters, one thing about the JBF Award winner is certain: he's sure to put out a fantastic meal at his 18th (!) Beard House appearance this Wednesday. In a departure from his signature Scandinavian fare, Samuelsson will showcase surf-and-turf dishes from his first foray into Chi-Town dining, C-House Fish and Chops. Check out the menu below: Hors d’Oeuvre Quail Eggs with Deviled Ham Fingerling Potatoes with Pleasant Ridge Reserve Cheese Oyster Shooters with Spring Peas Sweet-and-Sour Bacon Dinner Rushing Waters Smoked Rainbow Trout Rillettes with Radish Salad and Cornmeal Crackers Werp Farm Speckled Romaine Salad with Pickled Rhubarb, Sweet

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On the Menu: April 25 through May 1

Here’s what’s happening at the Beard House next week: Monday, April 26, 7:00 P.M. Sustainable Seafood Feast At the intimate Copper Beech Inn, acclaimed executive chef Tyler Anderson finds inspiration in the Connecticut River Valley, creating New England–inflected modern American dishes. An alum of Vermont’s Equinox and Colorado’s RockResorts, Anderson has designed a magnificent menu for this feast, pairing pristine local produce with the finest sustainable seafood. Tuesday, April 27, 7:00 P.M. Le Cirque Spectacular Though the recent multimillion-dollar reopening of Le Cirque marked a new era in the storied restaurant’s 30-

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