Marcus Samuelsson



Marcus Samuelsson Dishes All the Details on His New Show 'No Passport Required'

At the Food & Wine Classic in Aspen, Marcus Samuelsson gave the audience at his cooking demonstration an inside look at what to expect on his upcoming PBS travel show, No Passport Required—and he wasn’t afraid to make the discu

Marcus Samuelsson Reveals Why 'Chopped' Only Has One Ice Cream Maker

My nightly routine at the moment consists of coming home from work, making a cup of tea, and putting on Chopped.

Giada De Laurentiis, Bobby Flay, and Marcus Samuelsson Join the Scooby-Doo Gang in an Upcoming Mystery

Giada De Laurentiis, Bobby Flay, and Marcus Samuelsson all have their culinary talents, from Italian to southwestern to soul food. But all three chefs may need to up their arsenal of kitchen skills to include something a little spookier: ghost hunting.

Marcus Samuelsson’s 8 Tips for Homemade Chicken Soup

Chef Marcus Samuelsson knows chicken.

This One Trick Will Make Rhubarb Taste So Much Better

After a long winter, spring has finally arrived, and with it comes bright, refreshing produce to put a little extra zing in your homemade dishes.

Marcus Samuelsson Talks Food Education, Cooking for the Obamas and His Upcoming TV Show

Red Rooster chef (and Chopped judge) Marcus Samuelsson is joining actor Ethan Hawke to promote the YMCA in a new campaign. In a video released this weekend, Samuelsson talks about the branch in Harlem, New York, where he’s been a 10+ year resident and owns two restaurants.

Marcus Samuelsson's New TV Series Will Explore Immigrant Cuisine

Red Rooster Harlem executive chef, Chopped judge, and soon-to-be New Jersey-facing Marcus Samuelsson is coming to PBS with a new documentary series on the cuisines of American immigrant communities. Currently going by the working title "No Passport Required," the show will focus on Samuelsson's travels to "underexplored neighborhoods of U.S. cities" to showcase "the people, places, and foods of immigrant communities."

Marcus Samuelsson is Now Offering Room Service

Club sandwiches, French fries, Caesar salads—room service menus, at even the poshest hotels, can leave a lot to be desired. But next week, when the MGM National Harbor bows just outside of Washington, D.C., room service will get a spectacular makeover at the hands of James Beard Award-winning chef Marcus Samuelsson, who is set to debut his first-ever in-room dining program at the luxury resort.

Marcus Samuelsson's Kitchen Essentials

In this series, photographer Melanie Dunea of My Last Supper takes a peek into the minds of working chefs and gets them to reveal their most prized possessions.

Chef superstar Marcus Samuelsson shows off his prized skillet for this week's Treasured: Marcus Samuelsson. Here, he shares the top three things that every kitchen should have.

Marcus Samuelsson’s Top 5 Fantasy Meals

Stone Town, Zanzibar, Tanzania

Stone Town, Zanzibar, Tanzania; Ariadne Van Zandbergen / Alamy

Here, a look inside the current food dreams of the Top Chef Masters winner and Scandinavian Ethiopian super-chef behind Harlem’s Red Rooster.