Mark McEwan

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For the similarly-named American media personality, see Mark McEwen.
Mark McEwan
Education George Brown College
Culinary career

Mark McEwan is a Canadian celebrity chef based in Toronto. He is currently the host of Fine Living Network's The Heat with Mark McEwan, a judge on Superstar Chef Challenge, and head judge on Food Network Canada's Top Chef Canada.


McEwan graduated from George Brown College in 1979. In 1981, McEwan was hired by the Sutton Place Hotel in Toronto as executive sous chef.[1] Two years later he was promoted to chef. He opened his first restaurant, North 44, in 1990.[1] In August 2007, McEwan opened ONE at The Hazelton Hotel, Toronto's only 5-star hotel.[citation needed] In June 2009, McEwan opened his first grocery store at the Shops at Don Mills.[citation needed] "McEwan" is promoted as an upscale grocery store.[citation needed] McEwan's first book, Great Food at Home, was published in early 2011.[2] Since 1990, Mark has been an Ambassador for Second Harvest in Toronto, helping to spread the word about food rescue and hunger relief.

TV appearances[edit]


  1. ^ a b Food Network Canada. "Mark McEwan". Retrieved 2011-04-22. 
  2. ^ "Frog hops join frogs' legs on celebrity chef McEwan's menu". Postmedia Network. 2011-04-04. Retrieved 2011-04-22. 

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