Chef and restaurateur Justin Sutherland has been taking the cooking world by storm.
Maybe you’ve tried the ribs at Handsome Hog, his pork-centric restaurant in St. Paul. He also operates Obachan Noodles and Chicken, Chickpea Hummus Bar, The Gnome, Woodfire Cantina and Gray Duck Tavern.
This fall, he came out with a new cookbook that returns to his roots, “Northern Soul: Southern-Inspired Home Cooking from a Northern Kitchen.”
And, he’s been making a splash on television. He won an “Iron Chef America” battle, was in the top six chefs on Bravo’s “Top Chef” season 16 and currently hosts “Fast Foodies” on TruTV.
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MPR News host Angela Davis talks with Sutherland about learning to cook from his grandmother, his restaurants and projects and his recovery from a boating accident this summer.
Justin Sutherland is a chef, restaurant group owner and TV cooking star.
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