Notes From A Young Black Chef: Kwame Onwuachi

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Kwame Onwuachi interviewed by Bryant Terry

Meet the all-star chef whose kitchen wizardry and unique flair for fusion were praised by food critic Bill Addison as “ignited and firing at peak level.” In Onwuachi’s remarkable culinary coming-of-age story, “Notes From a Young Black Chef,” he navigates the unwelcoming world of fine dining as a person of color, competes on Top Chef, and quickly bounces back from the failure of his first restaurant to become the Executive Chef of the wildly popular, D.C.-based Kith and Kin at only 28 years old.

2019-05-04 11:00:00 2019-05-04 12:00:00 America/Los_Angeles Notes From A Young Black Chef: Kwame Onwuachi Meet the all-star chef whose kitchen wizardry and unique flair for fusion were praised by food critic Bill Addison as "ignited and firing at peak level." In Onwuachi's remarkable culinary coming-of-age story, "Notes From a Young Black Chef," he navigates the unwelcoming world of fine dining as a person of color, competes on Top Chef, and quickly bounces back from the failure of his first restaurant to become the Executive Chef of the wildly popular, D.C.-based Kith and Kin at only 28 years old. San Francisco Chronicle Stage in the Park Kwame Onwuachi interviewed by Bryant Terry

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