I’m a chef, photographer and food personality who’s loved cooking since before I could see over the kitchen counter. For me, food is a life-long journey of exploration, discovery and experimentation which has literally taken me to the far corners of the earth.
I truly believe that by making wholesome delicious food accessible to people of all backgrounds, the world becomes a better place. That’s why my cooking philosophy is that that with some basic techniques and a little inspiration, you can make a tasty meal from even the most derelict pantry. I started this blog to show you some of the techniques I’ve learned, to introduce you to some new ingredients, and to inspire you to experiment and make good food better!
In 2007, Chef Marc founded NoRecipes.com, a website dedicated to making the preparation of delicious wholesome food accessible and interesting to people of all skill levels. Today, No Recipes has become a global platform for improving the quality of food that people eat, with over half a million chefs, homemakers and kitchen newbies frequenting the site each month, seeking to elevate their technique while expanding their global palette.
With a global clientele ranging from restaurants to royalty, Marc now provides his services as a recipe developer, private chef and restaurant consultant.
To make an inquiry, about having recipes developed for your business, please contact Marc.
In The Media
As a private chef, marketing guru and food photographer, Marc has appeared on television, radio and in print around the world. Here is a complete list of press coverage. Please contact Marc to request an interview.
Unless otherwise noted, all photographs appearing on this blog is taken by Marc. Click here to learn more about using them on other projects or licensing them.
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