By De'Ira Booker
Marcus Samuelsson was born in Ethiopia. He grew up with plenty of cooking influence from his grandmother, relatives, and his father. Studied at the Culinary Institute, Gothenburg, afterwards he apprenticed in Switzerland. He have gotten many awards in his career as a chef. Samuelsson’s cooking style revolves around soul food and Caribbean type of dishes. Today he own plenty of restaurants, still a chef, and a writer of his book “Yes, Chef”. Samuelsson isn’t like many chefs that make a dish that isn’t affordable for people who can’t afford it. He makes his food affordable because he likes to share his dishes with everyone.