Marcus Samuelsson’s life is extraordinary even without his extraordinary talent. Orphaned in Ethiopia, raised in Sweden by his adoptive parents, passionate about soccer but small too advance, he turns to food and finds an identity. He then travels the world, ultimately creating a unique style blending Swedish, French, and African cuisines. He tells his story honestly, sharing the joys and pains of the kitchen, including being one of the few faces of color in European Kitchens. Also shared are his personal triumphs and failures, including his abandonment by his birth father, his abandonment of his own child, his later attempt to correct that mistake, and his own reconnect ion with his father and his Ethiopian roots. Much like Marcus Samuelsson's plates, there is a lot of good things going on this book.
Yes, Chef - Marcus Samuelsson
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Published: Random House Trade Paperbacks - May 21st, 2013