This Thursday, we’ll be partnering with Chef Marcus Samuelsson and Food & Wine Magazine for a #BingIt chat offering an inside look on how chefs are using technology in their everyday lives. Many people, including chefs, get stuck in the same routine, especially when it comes to deciding what to cook and picking out restaurants to go to in their time away from the kitchen. Chef Marcus and Food & Wine’s Restaurant Editor Kate Krader will show how tools like Bing can be a cook’s best friend and how the culinary world is using technology to enhance their profession…
Whether you’re a foodie, an aspiring chef or just love everything to do with food, join the #BingIt chat from 3 – 4 PM Eastern on Thursday, March 21th. To participate in the discussion, follow @bing, @FandW, and @MarcusCooks, as well as use hashtag #BingIt to see the conversation and to tweet along. Be sure to follow us on Twitter before the chat starts.
Marcus Samuelsson is the acclaimed chef behind Red Rooster Harlem, Ginny’s Supper Club and American Table Cafe and Bar by Marcus Samuelsson; a committed philanthropist; and The New York Times-bestselling author of Yes, Chef. The youngest person to ever receive a three-star review from The New York Times, Samuelsson has won multiple James Beard Foundation Awards including Best Chef: New York City, and was tasked with planning and executing the Obama Administration’s first State dinner. Samuelsson was also crowned champion of television shows Top Chef Masters and Chopped, winning $115,000 for UNICEF and $50,000 for the Careers through Culinary Arts Program (C-CAP), respectively.
Kate Krader is Restaurant Editor at Food & Wine magazine, overseeing its news, trend and restaurant coverage. Krader is responsible for Food & Wine‘s annual search for the Food & Wine Best New Chefs. She also is the editor of the Food & Wine Cocktails, an annual guide to the hottest cocktail recipes, the best spots and the biggest trends in nightlife.
– The Bing Team