Philly foodies and fashionistas rejoice! The acclaimed Marcus Samuelsson is coming back to Philly at Macy’s Center City for a special event you do not want to miss! We attended the last Culinary Council event featuring Samuelsson and loved the atmosphere, cooking how-to’s, and delicious cocktails and bites! To celebrate Black History Month and culinary arts, this event is one you are sure to enjoy.
Here’s the skinny on this upcoming free event at Macy’s Center City!
Event is held at Macy’s Center City on Thursday, February 9th at 5:30 pm.
Marcus Samuelsson will be there sharing his culinary experiences and engaging with the audience at this unique event. If you aren’t familiar with Samuelsson yet, he is not only entertaining and full of energy, but a warehouse of information about the culinary arts. Samuelsson, the youngest chef to ever receive the three star award from The New York Times, was born in Ethiopia but was raised in Sweden. His diverse background brings a unique spin to his culinary creations that are not only original but delectable.
In addition to Marcus sharing his culinary expertise, there will be live poetry readings by local artist, Supreme Dow, and live music compliments of The Rakiem Walker Project.
With any purchase of $35 or more in the Home Department, receive a free copy of Samuelsson’s book, The Red Rooster Cookbook: The Story of Food and Hustle in Harlem – which you can have signed at the event by Marcus himself!
This post is sponsored by Everywhere Society on behalf of Macy’s. All opinions expressed are, as always, my own.