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.

Career[edit]

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]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Food Network Canada. "Mark McEwan". www.foodnetwork.ca. 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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