Chef Edward Brumfield, the Executive Chef at Red Rooster Harlem is having the career of a lifetime. Aside from serving up the infamous dishes at Harlem’s universal go to spot, he’s catered luncheons for the former first lady Michelle Obama and worked alongside legends including Chef Marcus Samuelsson, Chef Gordon Ramsey, and Iron Chef Jessie Schenker.
Raised in Brooklyn, NY, Chef Ed learned most of his cooking techniques from his father, Ed Sr.—who was raised in the food capital, Louisiana. Following in his father’s footsteps, Young Chef Ed spent his weekends with his dad at the Riverside Church in Harlem, where they catered wedding receptions and special events. Motivated by his dad’s work ethic, he went on to graduate from The New York Restaurant School for Culinary Arts and worked at top establishments around the world.
Today, Chef Edward Brumfield continues to explore his creative passion for the culinary arts. Incorporating his love for hip hop music and cuisine, he has created Chef Ed’s Mixtape Dinner featured rap-themed dinners complete with a live band and surprise hip hop touches. The sophisticated dishes are upgrades to the classics we have grown to love but in 5-star fashion complete with description.
corn soup, squid ink meringue , roasted swordfish, grilled corn, chili oil, mint
album: Liquid Swords (1995)
song: Liquid Swords
T-Bone Steak, Cheese Eggs, And Welch’s Grape
28 days dry aged ribeye, white cheddar, fried eggs, big poppa sauce.
artist: The Notorious B.I.G.
album: Ready To die (1994)
song: Big Poppa
When We Cook With Amaretto
roasted scallops, bacon onion jam, amaretto beurre blanc, chives
artist: Camp Lo
album: Uptown Saturday Night (1997)
song: Luchini This Is It
Chef Ed’s next mixtape series, Hip Hop Dinner: A Tribute to Biggie is happening March 9th for two sets at 7pm & 9pm doors open at 6pm
Live Music by PhearNone & Friends
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