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From his trail-blazing, global flavors to his distinctive style – it’s clear that Marcus Samuelsson has a unique passion for food. But his commitment to empowering chefs and operators is what most inspires us at US Foods. Just like us, Marcus is driven to help chefs and operators make it.

Together, we’re introducing a lineup of products designed to unleash your creativity in the kitchen, many of which are inspired by Marcus’ own. We’re also featuring Marcus’ expertise for professionals in the food industry. And last, but certainly not least – we’re investing in the next generation of food leaders in cooperation with Careers through Culinary Arts Program (C-CAP), the charity that Marcus champions.

It’s all happening here. And you’re invited.

Inspired by Marcus Samuelsson
Uptown Chicken

Patuxent Farms® Uptown Par-Fried Chicken Thigh

Patuxent Farms Logo Uptown Chicken

Grandma’s fried chicken meets world cuisine in our Patuxent Farms® Uptown Par-Fried Chicken Thigh. The rich flavors of buttermilk and coconut milk, a touch of Berbere seasoning and the crunch of traditional southern breading make this recipe unlike any other.

Monarch® Organic Addis Style Spice Blend

Monarch Logo B-Spice

Infuse vibrant flavors into your menu using this traditional Ethiopian-style spice blend. Our bright red, highly aromatic Addis Style Spice Blend adds heat and delicious exotic appeal to meat, poultry, fish and vegetables.

Molly's Kitchen® Spicy Battered Cauliflower with Aleppo Pepper

Molly's Kitchen logo Spicy Battered Cauiflower

Lead the next wave in global cuisine. Once you deep-fry or bake our Molly’s Kitchen® Spicy Battered Cauliflower with Aleppo Pepper, you’ll serve up a tender cauliflower floret in crispy batter, seasoned with a gently well-balanced Middle Eastern spice.

B-Spice
Spicy Battered Cauliflower
Smoked Norwegian Salmon

Harbor Banks® Smoked Norwegian Salmon

Harbor Banks logo Smoked Norwegian Salmon

This salmon is cold-smoked for 24 hours using beechwood (an authentic smoking wood) shortly after harvest, which contributes to higher quality and sensory attributes.

Harbor Banks® Smoked Norwegian Trout

Harbor Banks logo Smoked Norwegian Salmon

Sometimes known as Norwegian Atlantic steelhead trout, our Smoked Norwegian Trout offers a rich red color, clean flavor and firm texture.

Smoked Norwegian Trout
Harlem Corn Muffin

Chefs Line® Cornbread Muffin

Chefs Line logo Harlem Corn Muffin

By adding big-city spice to down-home soul food, we’ve livened up traditional corn muffins with the warm red and gently sweet spice of Aleppo pepper.


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Marcus, Let’s Talk!

Your life and career spans three continents. How has your journey impacted your food and flavors? I’m extremely grateful to have had windows into three different places: Ethiopia where I was born; Scandinavia where I grew up and then living in Harlem. My food reflects these places and represents comfort for me.

I grew up on the west coast of Sweden on an island, so fishing was something that we did all summer long. Then we had to pickle, preserve or smoke it. This cooking style is reflected in my food. If you think about the hot spices of Ethiopia, they reflect the climate. These great spices might be foreign to us, but they are very much part of the daily life in Ethiopia. And the food we use from the South (American soul food) also has deep links to Africa. Harlem was always been a place I’ve looked to, because of its place in African-American history. I feel blessed that I can help tell this complex story through food.

How can the products you developed with US Foods help operators be successful? As a chef, I want to come up with solutions that help other chefs. What I love about this collection is that it gives chefs a window into food that they may or may not be familiar with.

As a chef or operator running your business, sometimes you run out of ideas. We worked hard to create inspiration and great sellers that also help with labor and food costs – products that operators can trust. Like the Organic Addis Style Spice Blend, a reflection of Ethiopian spices coming together. Or the Smoked Norwegian Salmon that is consistent, incredible quality.

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How important is it for menus to evolve their menus as trends evolve? You always want to be trend aware, you need to know what’s going on. It’s hard to be everywhere. Trends are something you need to be aware of because your customers are. You need to always stay ahead and in front of the guests.

What personally drives your work? I’m just as curious today as I was when I was a little kid. If there was a better way to do it or a different way, I’d sign up always. I’ve wanted to feed that level of curiosity. It’s a combination of passion, curiosity and the desire to improve.

How do you bring your eclectic style to your restaurants? In designing Red Rooster, there was only one North Star – that’s Harlem itself. The stylish people, the brownstones, the grit of New York City, the vendors and the hustle. Our restaurant is a reflection of that – the art, music and culture. The way we designed it, from the art on the wall to the music we play (whether it’s gospel on Sundays or jazz on Mondays) really informs the customer of the sense of place.

What were the benefits of collaborating with US Foods? I’m extremely excited to partner with US Foods. Together we can talk to so many different people, from large to small business owners, and truly hear how they want to improve their service and their menu. We’re all in the food space because we’re passionate and excited about it. And a commitment to making it better for customers is something I share with US Foods. When you have a partnership like that, you’re going to come up with great stuff.


Food Fanatics

Food has the poWeR to change coMMunities.

Marcus Samuelsson doesn’t just ascribe to this philosophy; he lives it. Over the past decade as the internationally renowned chef and restaurateur built a veritable culinary empire, he has simultaneously helped uplift a community that has inspired him since his youth: Harlem, New York.

Along with opening his three destination restaurants in Harlem (Red Rooster, Ginny’s Supper Club, Streetbird Rotisserie), Samuelsson co-produced and launched Harlem EatUp!, a four-day annual festival celebrating the diversity of the neighborhood. He’s also board co-chair of Careers through Culinary Arts Program (C-CAP), which helps disadvantaged youth prepare for careers in the restaurant and hospitality industries across the country. Most recently, Samuelsson partnered with US Foods to create products that will carry the culinary spirit of this iconic neighborhood across the country.

“Food creates an identity that reflects the community,” Samuelsson says. “Everyone wants to have a local experience.”

Love at FiRst Sight

After weathering a century of complicated history and socioeconomic conditions, Harlem continues to find strength from within. Its history as a cultural hub for African-American music, art, poetry, dance, theater and food speaks for itself. This is a neighborhood that gave rise to landmark institutions such as the Apollo Theater and Dance Theatre of Harlem, as well as swing dancing, jazz and the birth of hip-hop.

As an adopted Ethiopian-born, Swedish-raised immigrant still searching for his own identity, Samuelsson was inspired by the imagery and music produced by Harlem’s African-American community. So could anyone blame him for being starry-eyed on his first visit to Harlem as a teenager?

“We were in front of the Apollo; it was such a big deal. It was so fascinating to be in this place that I was just trying to understand,” he says. “I started thinking about what’s my purpose and why is it that good food is only in certain communities?”

In 1994, Samuelsson moved to New York to work at Aquavit, the restaurant that would earn him a shining 3-star rating from The New York Times and put his name on the culinary map. While Samuelsson had no problem rising in the downtown fine dining world, he continued to feel a pull toward Harlem.

“Moving to Harlem, understanding that challenge and how I could bridge that gap - all of that came together,” he says. “It was asking why are all the jobs downtown? Why can’t they be in this area? I held up the mirror and was like stop complaining, do something.”

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Change FRoM Within

Red Rooster, Samuelsson’s first Harlem concept, was a labor of love years in the making. Launched in 2010, it’s an homage to the soul of Harlem as filtered through his unique Ethiopian and Swedish heritage. The menu is peppered with dishes like chicken and waffles alongside Helga’s meatballs (a nod to his grandmother, who inspired Samuelsson’s love of cooking). Good food can bring anyone into a restaurant, but Samuelsson wanted to jump-start a community.

“The gospel choir came from Harlem, the artists came from Harlem—that represents the walls (at Red Rooster). The plumber comes from down the block. They look at Rooster and see the community, that they can talk to us,” he says. “It feeds your local aspiration but also entrepreneurship.”

Committed to hiring from the neighborhood, Samuelsson employs an average of 200 employees and volunteers with C-CAP to help prepare at-risk young people for careers in the restaurant and hospitality industry. In addition to creating local jobs, Red Rooster bolsters area foot traffic, pulling in 5,000 customers per week, including those who might not otherwise visit the area. This attention has turned Samuelsson’s restaurant into a community fixture, while increasing interest in local foodways.

Rooster added to the culinary landscape, helping reshape conversations surrounding Harlem’s food scene. Soon, farmers markets began to pop up where there were once none, along with piqued interest from restaurateurs who wanted to help shape the growing community.

“If you dine somewhere, you’re more likely to walk around the community and engage a community like Harlem,” he says.

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Much like the hospitality industry serves as a tight-knit community beyond the walls of its restaurant, Samuelsson leveraged his brand in hopes of taking the spirit of Harlem to a larger platform.

It began with bringing more New Yorkers and tourists into the fold - people who often viewed the neighborhood as a mere stop-off point en route to other locales. “(Tourists) would come on a bus with images of iconic places, like the Apollo, then get back on the bus and leave,” he says. “I wanted them to stay longer and have a true experience with food.”

In 2015, he co-produced and curated Harlem EatUp!, a food, art, music and cultural festival. Headlining Harlem chefs including Lance Knowling of Blujeen and Melba Wilson of Melba’s along with celebrity culinarians such as Daniel Boulud and Dominique Crenn created a draw and ultimately turned the event into a highly sought after ticket.

Straight off the success of Red Rooster and Ginny’s Supper Club, he opened his third Harlem restaurant, Streetbird Rotisserie, a pop culture-driven rotisserie concept inspired by the neighborhood’s hip-hop and street art scene from the late ’70s to ‘90s. The more casual menu and vibe allowed Samuelsson to reach an even wider audience.

He also started opening concepts internationally, bringing a taste of Harlem overseas. Marcus’ Bermuda, which opened in 2015 at the Hamilton Princess hotel in Bermuda, introduced signature dishes, such as his fried yard bird and shrimp and grits, to a wider audience. Red Rooster Shoreditch, a replica of his Harlem outpost, landed in London in the spring of 2017.

Translating an existing concept or menu in a different country might seem like a simple cut-and-paste job, but Samuelsson takes extra steps to ensure he’s socially responsible and an authentic culinary ambassador. His process starts a few years prior to the opening of his restaurant, perhaps with the launch of a pop-up eatery. It’s all about digging deep and asking a lot of questions.

“Who was here before us? Who do we owe this place to? What can we add?” Samuelsson says. “Who are the fishermen? Who are the writers that inspired this place? I challenge my team to do the homework first. Then we say, ‘How can we add to that?’ Add value to the community that you work in.”

His latest venture involves sharing his passion for great food with a community that has given so much to him. By working with US Foods, Samuelsson hopes these products will instill chefs with a sense of curiosity and experimentation.

“Whether it’s the cornbread, spice or smoked salmon, all of these things represent comfort for me,” he says. “For me, it’s about solutions. I’m very lucky that I can travel the world, and share that with your compadres. Coming up with a great product for other chefs, inviting them into a space they might not know about—that’s as important as the customer.”


SHOW US HOW YOU MAKE IT YOURS. AND WIN A TRIP TO NYC!

  1. Create your own original dish using any 2017 Fall Scoop product.
  2. Snap a pic and post it on Instagram from your restaurant’s account.
  3. Use #makeitwithmarcus, #contest and tag @usfoods.
  4. Include the name of your dish and description of the ingredients.

If your dish is selected, you’ll win* an all-expense paid trip for two to New York City on December 12 through December 14, 2017! You’ll meet Marcus, dine at his Harlem restaurant and attend an event for his favorite charity, C-CAP (Careers through Culinary Arts Program).

Enter between Oct. 1 – Oct. 31. Five winners will be chosen!
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OFFICIAL RULES & REGULATIONS: US Foods Social Media Photo Contest
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ELIGIBILITY: Open to legal residents of the U.S. 21 years of age or older who are US Foods, Inc. customers (“Entrants” or “Operators”) on or before October 31, 2017 and are in good credit standing with US Foods as of the date eligible winners will be selected, November 9, 2017. Eligible Operators must have an Instagram account in the Operator’s establishment’s name (personal Entrant accounts will not be accepted). US Foods’ employees and its promotional partners’ respective parent companies, affiliates, subsidiaries, advertising, promotion, and fulfillment agencies, their immediate family members and persons living in their same household, are not eligible to participate.

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TO ENTER: Entries accepted beginning 12:00AM October 1, 2017 through 11:59PM October 31, 2017. Sponsored by US Foods, Inc. (“US Foods” or “Sponsor”). Entrants must upload a photo to Entrant’s establishment’s account on Instagram depicting a dish created using US Foods’ Fall 2017 Scoop Products which will be posted on September 18, 2017 at: https://usfoods.com/content/www/home/food/scoop/fall-scoop.html. Entrants may use sample products obtained from US Foods at no cost to Entrant. The dish itself does not necessarily have to appear on the establishment’s menu. Entrant should caption the photo using the hashtags #makeitwithMarcus, #Contest, and tag @usfoods, and include a description of the ingredients, the name of the dish, and the name of the US Foods customer account holder, beginning 12:00AM CST October 1, 2017. All entries must be posted to Instagram no later than 11:59PM CST October 31, 2017. Only one entry per establishment.

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Photographs submitted MUST:
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Selection of Winning Entries: All Contest entries meeting the requirements of these Official Rules will be entered into the drawing which shall be held on or around November 9, 2017. Five winners shall be selected by a panel of three judges from all eligible entries received. Entries shall be judged on originality (40%), composition/plating (30%), use of ingredients (20%) and photo quality (10%). The winners will be notified through private message via the social media account used to submit the photo as well as by phone. The winners shall have 48 hours from time of notification to respond to the US Foods to accept the prize below. If the winner does not respond, or upon response, rejects the prize, a new winning entry will be chosen from the remaining eligible entries. The winners will be announced November 13, 2017 via social media.

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False or deceptive entries or acts will render the Entrant ineligible. US Foods, in its sole discretion, reserves the immediate and unrestricted right to disqualify any entrant or prize winner, if either commits or has committed any act, or has been involved or becomes involved in any situation or occurrence which US Foods deems likely to subject US Foods, entrant or winner to ridicule, scandal or contempt or which reflects unfavorable upon US Foods in any way. If such information is discovered by US Foods after a winner has received notice of its prize and before the prize is awarded, US Foods may rescind the prize intis entirety. If a portion of his/her prize has already been awarded, US Foods may withdraw the remainder of the prize that has not been fulfilled. In the event Winner or guest engages in behavior during travel that (as determined by US Foods in its sole discretion) is obnoxious or threatening, intended to threaten or harass any other person, illegal, tortious, or subjects Winner or guest to arrest or detention, or that in any way disparages or adversely affects the reputation, image, and/or customer goodwill of US Foods or any of US Foods’s services, products, trademarks, service marks, or logos, US Foods reserves the right to terminate the travel early, and send Winner and/or guest home with no further obligations or compensation whatsoever to Winner and/or guest (which may, in US Foods’s sole discretion, result in such Winner’s disqualification from the Contest and forfeiture of any (and/or all) prize(s) and US Foods shall have no obligation to pay any damages, fees, fines, judgments or other costs or expenses of any kind whatsoever incurred by Winner or guest as a result of such conduct. US FOODS SHALL HAVE NO LIABILITY FOR ANY PERSONAL INJURIES, DEATH, PROPERTY DAMAGE, OR OTHER DAMAGES OR EXPENSES RESULTING FROM OR ARISING OUT OF ANY TRAVEL RELATED TO THE PRIZE OR ANY OTHER ASPECT OF PRIZE WINNER’S OR GUEST’S ACCEPTANCE OR USE OF THE PRIZE. Decisions of US Foods are final and binding in all matters related to this paragraph. US Foods is not responsible for any typographical or other error in the printing of the offer, administration of the contest, or in the announcement of the prize. False or deceptive entries or acts will render the Entrant ineligible. In addition, by entering and/or accepting prize, Entrants and Winners agree to hold US Foods and Instagram and its directors, officers, employees and assigns harmless and do so release them from any liability, damages or misuse, or condition of any of the prizes awarded, or claims based on publicity rights, defamation, or invasions of privacy.

INTERNET: US Foods is not responsible for lost or late entries nor for electronic transmission errors resulting in omission, interruption, deletion, defect, delay in operations or transmission, theft or destruction or unauthorized access to or alterations of entry materials, or for technical, network, telephone equipment, electronic, computer, hardware or software malfunctions or limitations of any kind, or inaccurate transmissions of or failure to receive entry information by US Foods or presenter on account of technical problems or traffic congestion on the Internet or at any Web site or any combination thereof. If for any reason the Internet portion of the program is not capable of running as planned, including infection by computer virus, bugs, tampering, unauthorized intervention, fraud, technical failures, or any other causes that corrupt or affect the administration, security, fairness, integrity, or proper conduct of the Contest, US Foods reserves the right at its sole discretion, to disqualify any individual who tampers with the entry process, and to cancel, terminate, modify or suspend the Contest. US Foods reserves the right to select winners from eligible entries received as of the termination date. CAUTION: Any attempt by an Entrant to deliberately damage any Web site or undermine the legitimate operation of the Contest is a violation of criminal and civil laws and should such an attempt be made, US Foods reserves the right to seek damages from any such Entrant to the fullest extent of the law.

GOVERNING LAW: The Contest is governed by the internal laws of the state of Illinois, without regard to the conflict of laws provisions thereof. All cases and claims pertaining to this Contest must be brought in a court of competent jurisdiction in the State of Illinois, without recourse to class action suits.

SEVERABILITY: If any provision of these Official Rules is found to be invalid or unenforceable by a court of competent jurisdiction, such determination shall in no way affect the validity or enforceability of any other provision herein.

VOID WHERE PROHIBITED BY LAW. Instagram is neither a sponsor nor co-sponsor of this promotion.

To obtain the name of the Winners, available after November 13, 2017, or a copy these Official Rules, please send a separate self-addressed, stamped envelope to US Foods, Inc., Marketing Department, 6133 N. River Rd., Rosemont, IL 60018.