Meet the acclaimed chef and author Marcus Samuelsson, as he visits Denver to celebrates the release of his new book Yes, Chef. Samuelsson's rise to culinary prestige has been anything but ordinary. After being orphaned in Ethiopia, he found a home in Sweden, toured the European restaurant circuit, and eventually opened his beloved Red Rooster in New York.
Long before opening the New York Times acclaimed Red Rooster in Harlem, Marcus Samuelsson was an orphan in Ethiopia. Marcus and his sister survived an early battle with tuberculoses and were soon adopted. After working in several European restaurants, cruise ship kitchens, and eventually obtaining a celebrity chef status, Marcus has made his home in New York City.
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