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Lantains and Chinese Steamed Bass and Fiery Noodles Samuelsson’s Swedish Ethiopian background shows in Ethiopian Spice Crusted Lamb Slow Baked Blueberry Bread with Spiced Maple Syrup and the Green Viking sprightly Apple Sorbet with Caramel Sauce  Interspersed with lyrical essays that convey the flavor of the place and stunning archival Red Rooster Cookbook eBook #10003 and contemporary photos The Red Rooster Cookbook is as layered as its inheritance   This book completely took me by surprise I was expecting a great cookbook with wonderfully cultural recipes but found myself entirely blown away by the writing in this book Marcus Samuelson writes elouently and with so much flavor I knew after reading the preface that I was in for a real treat with this cookbook Samuelson details how he found his home in Harlem which is especially interesting considering his background as an Ethiopian who was adopted by Swedes and raised in Sweden Suddenly you ll find yourself on this deeply cultural journey of immersion and execution and how his restaurant Red Rooster Harlem settled so comfortably and so perfectly in the streets of Harlem Most often with cookbooks I find myself speaking of recipes I ve tried that tasted nice or at least the ingredients seem they d turn out that way and these recipes do look great plenty of wish I m dying to try But than the recipes and eclectic ingredients I m hungry for of Samuelson s writing his background and adventure and even so I find myself lost in Harlem a place I ve only been fortunate enough to imagine visiting Foodie or not get your hands on this book as soon as possible You won t regret it

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The Red Rooster Cookbook: The Story of Food and Hustle in Harlem

Southern comfort food and multicultural recipes from Rooster Cookbook PDF #200 the New York Times best selling superstar chef Marcus Samuelsson’s iconic Harlem restaurantWhen the James Beard Award winning chef Marcus Samuelsson opened Red Rooster on Malcolm X Boulevard in Harlem he envisioned than a restaurant It would be the heart of his neighborhood and a meet and greet for both the downtown and the uptown sets serving Southern black and cross cultural f The Red Rooster Cookbook The Story of Food and Hustle in Harlem is not only beautiful cookbook it is also a loving tribute to Harlem and its colorful and diverse history by world renowned chef Marcus Samuelsson This book is filled with beautiful photographs of the streets the people and the vibrations and rhythms of Harlem as well as a book of many of the uniue recipes on the menu at the Red Rooster that speaks not only to Samuelsson s roots but to the lively and diverse character of Harlem from collard greens to plantains to marrow dumplings with charred broccolini and chiles to pescado wrapped in banana leaves to Uncle T s meatballs And all of this cuisine is set to Jazz playlists This restaurant is now on my bucket list mmmmm Right now my Rooster marks the halfway point of 125th Street I want to walk river to river I want to know how one street can change and change again How one street can map success Look at me it says you are standing on a marvel you are surrounded by the extraordinary Harlem is a slow seduction What is ugly keeps bumping into the beautifulRight now in Harlem we don t shy away from the ugly we don t bow our heads to what s beautiful We just keep asking how does all this new shit fit with the old Right now in Harlem there s room there s hope there s inspiration there s good food I may not be able to explain the magic but it is there One thing is certain wherever you are you should come to Harlem right now I ve made space at our bar for all kinds of celebration All kinds of elbows touch People who sometimes avoid looking at each other on the street gather around our bar and talk Nothing fascinates me like watching brunch and church ladies wearing hats that look like pastry who can t hide their grins behind the cocktails they re drinking This was an opportunity to build a bridge One of the supporting beams was music Great food cocktails sweet old music That would be our foundation Gospel jazz salsa soul reggae the music and the artists who played would organize the nights and days of the Red Rooster

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Ood It would reflect Harlem's history Ever since the s Harlem has been a magnet for than a million African Americans a melting pot for The Red MOBI #224 Spanish African and Caribbean immigrants and a mecca for artists  These traditions converge on Rooster’s menu with Brown Butter Biscuits Chicken and Waffles Killer Collards and Donuts with Sweet Potato Cream They’re joined by global influenced dishes such as Jerk Bacon and Baked Beans Latino Pork and P A nice history of Harlem and it s many cultures The recipes are suited to the restaurant chef than the home cook It s pretty and interesting but not a resource I would add to my collection


10 thoughts on “The Red Rooster Cookbook: The Story of Food and Hustle in Harlem

  1. says:

    The Red Rooster Cookbook The Stor

  2. says:

    I don't know if I've ever read a cookbook that was this enjoyable But given that its author is one of my favorite people let alone favorite chefs it stands to reason this is not an ordinary cookbook Marcus Samuelsson includes with

  3. says:

    This is an amazing well written cookbook with great first person stories from Marcus Samuelsson about his restaurant in Harlem his participation in his community the origins of his recipes and the local people who are his customers I loved this book

  4. says:

    A nice history of Harlem and it's many cultures The recipes are suited to the restaurant chef than the home cook It's pretty and interesting but not a resource I would add to my collection

  5. says:

    Cookbooks are undergoing a swift evolution right now and I am really enjoying it They are becoming far than a simple collection of recipes The latest from Marcus Samuelsson furthers that tradition becoming another key text of American culinary history Red Rooster is really a long love letter to Harlem in all of it's complexities from the black community to other immigrant waves to Sunday church to jazz Saturdays The b

  6. says:

    This book talks about Harlem Harlem of the past and Harlem of the future The Red Rooster was a restaurant during Harlem's peak years During the

  7. says:

    This book completely took me by surprise I was expecting a great cookbook with wonderfully cultural recipes but found myself entirely blown away by the writing in this book Marcus Samuelson writes elouently and with so much flavor I knew after reading the preface that I was in for a real treat with this cookbook Samuelson details how he found

  8. says:

    Brilliant Makes me want to revisit Harlem and the Red Rooster asap

  9. says:

    This is much than a cookbook It's the story of Harlem the story of Marcus coming to live and work in Harlem I found it fascinating illuminating and enjoyed it a lot There are stories between and among the recipes Some of the recipes look easy others look like a lot of work Most well almost all are meat heavy so probably

  10. says:

    So blessed to have eaten dinner at Red Rooster Harlem NY and breakfast and lunch at Marcus MGM National Harbor I am filled