Learn to cook with confidence and live well
There is an invisible battle that I see playing out too often. We are doing the right thing – eating our salads because we know that we need to eat vegetables…amazing! What I want to draw your attention to is that what you are putting on this salad that might be incredibly harmful.
Using the cedar flavor and smoke to enhance grilling is nothing new, this practical and delicious technique has been practiced by Native American cultures for centuries.
Pimenton de la vera dulce! There it is… secret is out.
Ever since I stepped away from steamfitting I have time to relax, golf, read all of those books on my shelf and travel. ABSOLUTELY NOT!
You may be surprised to know that radishes are incredibly good for you and actually considered a superfood.
I was challenged to a ceviche competition this week which was great since I have never made it before. So what does any chef do with a new challenge, google!
There are so many options and I get asked a lot what my preference is when it comes to grilling and smoking meats. The answer is all of them.
Society should not dictate which foods you eat.
Step out of your comfort zone and let go of self doubt.
Inspiring chef, host, and creator of cherished memories!! Each gathering I have attended with Marcus Anthony Table has delighted the senses. Marcus’ attention to detail is simply unparalleled. The magic however is his seemingly effortless style of creating masterful dishes and welcoming environments full of diversity both in food, company and ambiance. I recommend an experience with Marcus Anthony Table wholeheartedly.
As I spoke to him I found out that he was more exacting and more about details than me and that’s very rare. I engaged him to cater an affair, very boutique and it was comfortable food but elevated. A lot of times people focus on the experience that they forget about the food. In this case it was actually all about the food. It made people warm and have great spirits, it was fantastic. I highly recommend Marcus Anthony Table.
We love to eat food that’s seasoned well. My background is Jamaican and one of the spices he’s used is scotch bonnet, this is one of the key factors that is placed into his food that made it different. I asked him what is the name of your seasoning, he said ‘Wah Gwan’. I was blown away, Wah Gwan is a patois word that means, ‘Whats Happening in Jamaica’.
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