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Marcus Samuelsson (here at a Downtown Crossing appearance last spring) says the idea of his new book “is really to highlight immigrants and their influences on America.’’ Marcus Samuelsson (here at a Downtown Crossing appearance last spring) says the idea of his new book “is really to highlight immigrants and their influences on America.’’ (Bill Brett for The Boston Globe)
By Lucia Huntington
Globe Correspondent / December 16, 2009

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Born in Ethiopia, raised in Sweden, and trained there and in Switzerland, Austria, and France, Marcus Samuelsson brings an international touch to his table. But his true inspiration, he writes in his new book, “New American Table,’’ comes from the range of cuisines found on the streets of New York. We caught up with the 39-ish James Beard award winner, ... (Full article: 552 words)

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