We are joined again by friend of the show, Marcus Samuelsson. The Red Rooster chef who has long been at the forefront of positive change in the restaurant industry talks about sustainability and appropriation in the food world, and how technology can be a possible solution. Plus, hear his insights on the pandemic’s impact, today’s politics, and his late nights with Anthony Bourdain.
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