The rise : Black cooks and the soul of American food / Marcus Samuelsson with Osayi Endolyn ; recipes with Yewande Komolafe and Tamie Cook ; photographs by Angie Mosier.
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|Moorhead Public Library||641.5929 SAM (Text)||33500013345764||New||Checked out||03/17/2021|
- ISBN: 9780316480680
- ISBN: 0316480681
- Physical Description: xx, 316 pages ; color illustrations ; 26 cm
- Edition: First edition.
- Publisher: New York, NY : Voracious, an imprint of Little, Brown and Company, 2020.
- Copyright: ©2020
|Bibliography, etc. Note:||
Includes bibliographical references (pages 305-306) and index.
|Formatted Contents Note:||
Introduction -- Next: Where Black food is headed: chefs and recipes on the cutting edge, and who's got next -- Remix: Black cooking integrates many cultures and adapts to different ingredients, methods, and geographies -- Migration: The influence of the American South-- the Great Migration and beyond -- Legacy: Old and new journeys from Africa to the Americas and stories of Black figures in food reclaiming their history -- Origin: A pantry of ingredients, techniques, and recipes relating to the African diaspora.
It is long past time to recognize Black excellence in the culinary world the same way it has been celebrated in the worlds of music, sports, literature, film, and the arts. Black cooks and creators have led American culture forward with indelible contributions of artistry and ingenuity from the start, but Black authorship has been consistently erased from the story of American food. Now, in The Rise, chef, author, and television star Marcus Samuelsson gathers together an unforgettable feast of food, culture, and history to highlight the diverse deliciousness of Black cooking today. Driven by a desire to fight against bias, reclaim Black culinary traditions, and energize a new generation of cooks, Marcus shares his own journey alongside 150 recipes in honor of dozens of top chefs, writers, and activists--with stories exploring their creativity and influence.-- Publisher's description.
- Booklist Reviews : Booklist Reviews 2020 October #1
*Starred Review* Fans of the Food Network channel and PBS' No Passport Required will recognize chef, restaurateur, philanthropist, author, and food activist Samuelsson (The Red Rooster Cookbook, 2016). Along with James Beard Awardâwinning author Osayi Endolyn and recipe developers Yewande Komolafe and Tamie Cook, here he takes readers on a culinary journey to discuss the diversity, history, culture, and spirituality that Black food and Black chefs express. Among biographies highlighting the culinary contributions of dozens of contemporary Black chefs including Shakirah Smiley, Nina Compton, and Eric Gestel, readers will find more than 150 delicious recipes, each shared in tribute to their work: Lagos plantains with suya dip in honor of Eduardo Jordan, island jollof rice in honor of Eric Adjepong, grilled Piri Piri shrimp with papaya and watermelon salad in honor of Devita Davidson. The book also contains information on ingredients, spice blends, and cooking techniques that readers are sure to find helpful. This book is a celebration of Black culture through food, and a must for all readers of culinary history. An amazing addition to any library collection. Copyright 2020 Booklist Reviews.
Marcus Samuelsson is the acclaimed chef behind many restaurants worldwide. He has won multiple James Beard Foundation awards for his work as a chef and as host of No Passport Required, his public television series with Vox/Eater. Samuelsson was crowned champion of Top Chef Masters and Chopped All Stars, and was the guest chef for President Obama&;s first state dinner. A committed philanthropist, Samuelsson is co-chair of Careers through Culinary Arts Program (C-CAP), which focuses on underserved youth. Author of several cookbooks in addition to the NewYork Times bestselling memoir Yes, Chef, Samuelsson also co-produces the annual Harlem EatUp! festival, which celebrates the food, art, and culture of Harlem. During the COVID-19 pandemic, Samuelsson converted his restaurants Red Rooster Harlem, Marcus B&P in Newark, and Red Rooster Overtown in Miami into community kitchens in partnership with World Central Kitchen, serving well over 150,000 meals to those in need. Follow him on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter at @MarcusCooks.
Osayi Endolyn is a James Beard Award&;winning writer with work in Time, the Washington Post, the Los Angeles Times, the Wall Street Journal, Eater, Food & Wine, Condé Nast Traveler, and the Oxford American. She appears in Chef&;s Table and Ugly Delicious on Netflix, and has been featured on NPR&;s 1A, Splendid Table, Special Sauce with Ed Levine, and the Sporkful podcast, for which she won a Webby. She is a recipient of the UC Berkeley-11th Hour Food & Farming Journalism Fellowship, and Southern Living named her one of thirty women moving Southern food forward. In addition to other book collaborations, Endolyn is working on a narrative about the history of systemic racism in American restaurant and dining culture. Follow her @osayiendolyn on Twitter and Instagram.
Yewande Komolafe is a writer, recipe developer, and food stylist from Lagos, Nigeria. She develops recipes that lend taste and texture to her experience as an immigrant in the United States. A regular contributor to the New York Times, her work has also appeared in Whetstone, Taste Cooking, Food + Wine, Saveur, and several other platforms and publications. She lives in Brooklyn with her husband, daughter, and many jars of spices.
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