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2 June 2017
One of New York’s most famous chefs Marcus Samuelsson on how to create a restaurant that connects with the local community, why Kazakhstan is a wine country to keep an eye on, plus how to make Parisians fall in love with fish and chips.
2 June 2017
Marcus Samuelsson has just released a cookbook and opened a new Red Rooster restaurant in London. Having become one of America’s best-loved chefs, he explains why understanding the value of the local community is so important.
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