Celebrate the Launch of Marcus Samuelsson's Memoir, Yes, Chef
Thursday, June 28, 2012 at 7:30 PM (EDT)
New York, NY
If you would had told me as a boy growing up in Sweden that I would one day have a restaurant in New York City’s most dynamic neighborhood, I would have given you the recipe to my Mormor’s roast chicken. My experiences are my story—every hardship and hiccup, every achievement and accomplishment I’ve encountered along the way has brought me to this point. Every plate I put out at Red Rooster Harlem and Ginny’s Supper Club reflect the cities, people, kitchens, and spices I’ve come across throughout my journey, and now I share that with you. --Marcus Samuelsson
Red Rooster Harlem is hosting a dinner on June 28th and we want you to be there. You're invited to experience the special menu inspired by Yes, Chef–there will be tastes from Sweden and Ethiopia, hints of sweet and sour, and plenty of appreciation and love.
The 3-course tasting menu is $95 ($125 with wine pairings) and the price includes tax, gratuity and a signed copy of Yes, Chef. Come join us for a culinary journey around the world as we celebrate Yes, Chef with live music and entertainment and a Q&A with Thelma Golden, Director and Chief Curator of The Studio Museum in Harlem.
Chilled Pea Gazpacho with Fried Soft Shell Crab & Smoked Aioli: Ginger, Chili, Cucumber, Peas, Roasted Garlic
Salt Cured Duck Breast, Foie Gras Ganache, Peach Chutney, Waffle Chips
Douglas Green, Sauvignon Blanc, 2011, Cape of New Hope, South Africa
Braised Short Ribs, Berbere-Crusted Onion Rings, Chickpea-Sweet Potato Puree, Truffle Sauce
Smoked Salmon, Fennel Puree, Orange Salad, Daikon, Garlic
Solms, Shiraz/Grenahce/Mourvedre, 2005, Western Cape, South Africa
White Chocolate and Fennel Tart with Raspberries and Yogurt Ice Cream
Sweet Potato Doughnuts
La Spinetta, Moscato d'Asti, NV, Piedmonte, Italy
When & Where
Red Rooster Harlem
Located in the heart of Harlem, Red Rooster serves comfort food celebrating the roots of American cuisine and the diverse culinary traditions of the neighborhood. Named in honor of the legendary Harlem speakeasy, Chef Marcus Samuelsson brings his passion for food to the neighborhood he calls home.