DeMarco Williams

Forbes Travel Guide Editor

  • Atlanta, Georgia, USA

I love three things in life: my family, sports and travel. Knowing that most people wouldn’t find my aunts all that fascinating, I chose a writing and editing career centered around the latter two interests. Before joining Forbes Travel Guide as a Managing Editor, I earned a journalism degree from Georgia State University and penned stories for outlets such as AOL, Citysearch and Destinations Marriott — all of which made my mom pretty darn proud. When I’m not writing and editing, I’m traveling everywhere from Denver to the Dominican Republic with my lovely wife.

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  • On October 16, 2012
    DeMarco Williams answered the question: DeMarco Williams

    What chefs are participating in the New York City Wine & Food Festival?

    The roster of chefs involved in the New York City Wine & Food Festival reads like a who’s who of celebrity kitchens. Names like Alton Brown, Rachael Ray and Paula Deen immediately jump off the menu. Other culinary luminaries who’ll be cooking up treats throughout the October 11 to 14 event include Giada De Laurentiis and Bobby Flay. Catch a bunch of star chefs at Mario Batali’s “On the Chopping Block: A Roast of Anthony Bourdain.” Marea toque Michael White will craft an adventurous four-course dinner in the vein of the fare you see on No Reservations while other chefs will give Bourdain a hard time.

    Speaking of tastemakers, Eric Ripert, Ariane Daguin, Alex Guarnaschelli, Ken Oringer, Roy Choi and Elizabeth Falkner will share their expertise at various events, too. You’ll also see TV personalities Adam Richman and Robert Irvine signing their latest books. But beyond the chopping board, the New York festival will also highlight notables of the wine world like Anthony Giglio, Mark Oldman and Ray Isle.
  • On October 9, 2012
    DeMarco Williams answered the question: DeMarco Williams

    What chefs are participating in the New York City Wine & Food Festival?

    The roster of chefs involved in the New York City Wine & Food Festival reads like a who’s who of celebrity kitchens. Names like Alton Brown, Rachael Ray and Paula Deen immediately jump off the menu. Other culinary luminaries who’ll be cooking up treats throughout the October 11 to 14 event include Giada De Laurentiis and Bobby Flay. Catch a bunch of star chefs at Mario Batali’s “On the Chopping Block: A Roast of Anthony Bourdain.” Marea toque Michael White will craft an adventurous four-course dinner in the vein of the fare you see on No Reservations while other chefs will give Bourdain a hard time.

    Speaking of tastemakers, Eric Ripert, Ariane Daguin, Alex Guarnaschelli, Ken Oringer, Roy Choi and Elizabeth Falkner will share their expertise at various events, too. You’ll also see TV personalities Adam Richman and Robert Irvine signing their latest books. But beyond the chopping board, the New York festival will also highlight notables of the wine world like Anthony Giglio, Mark Oldman and Ray Isle.
  • On October 9, 2012
    DeMarco Williams answered the question: DeMarco Williams

    What chefs are participating in the New York City Wine & Food Festival?

    The roster of chefs involved in the New York City Wine & Food Festival reads like a who’s who of celebrity kitchens. Names like Alton Brown, Rachael Ray and Paula Deen immediately jump off the menu. Other culinary luminaries who’ll be cooking up treats throughout the October 11 to 14 event include Giada De Laurentiis and Bobby Flay. Catch a bunch of star chefs at Mario Batali’s “On the Chopping Block: A Roast of Anthony Bourdain.” Marea toque Michael White will craft an adventurous four-course dinner in the vein of the fare you see on No Reservations while other chefs will give Bourdain a hard time.

    Speaking of tastemakers, Eric Ripert, Ariane Daguin, Alex Guarnaschelli, Ken Oringer, Roy Choi and Elizabeth Falkner will share their expertise at various events, too. You’ll also see TV personalities Adam Richman and Robert Irvine signing their latest books. But beyond the chopping board, the New York festival will also highlight notables of the wine world like Anthony Giglio, Mark Oldman and Ray Isle.
  • On October 9, 2012
    DeMarco Williams answered the question: DeMarco Williams

    What chefs are participating in the New York City Wine & Food Festival?

    The roster of chefs involved in the New York City Wine & Food Festival reads like a who’s who of celebrity kitchens. Names like Alton Brown, Rachael Ray and Paula Deen immediately jump off the menu. Other culinary luminaries who’ll be cooking up treats throughout the October 11 to 14 event include Giada De Laurentiis and Bobby Flay. Catch a bunch of star chefs at Mario Batali’s “On the Chopping Block: A Roast of Anthony Bourdain.” Marea toque Michael White will craft an adventurous four-course dinner in the vein of the fare you see on No Reservations while other chefs will give Bourdain a hard time.

    Speaking of tastemakers, Eric Ripert, Ariane Daguin, Alex Guarnaschelli, <a href="http://www.forbestravelguide.com/tastemaker/ken-oringer">Ken Oringer<a>, Roy Choi and Elizabeth Falkner will share their expertise at various events, too. You’ll also see TV personalities Adam Richman and Robert Irvine signing their latest books. But beyond the chopping board, the New York festival will also highlight notables of the wine world like Anthony Giglio, Mark Oldman and Ray Isle.
  • On October 9, 2012
    DeMarco Williams answered the question: DeMarco Williams

    What chefs are participating in the New York City Wine & Food Festival?

    The roster of chefs involved in the New York City Wine & Food Festival reads like a who’s who of celebrity kitchens. Names like Alton Brown, Rachael Ray and Paula Deen immediately jump off the menu. Other culinary luminaries who’ll be cooking up treats throughout the October 11 to 14 event include Giada De Laurentiis and Bobby Flay. Catch a bunch of star chefs at Mario Batali’s “On the Chopping Block: A Roast of Anthony Bourdain.” Marea toque Michael White will craft an adventurous four-course dinner in the vein of the fare you see on No Reservations while other chefs will give Bourdain a hard time.

    Speaking of tastemakers, Eric Ripert, Ariane Daguin, Alex Guarnaschelli, Ken Oringer, Roy Choi and Elizabeth Falkner will share their expertise at various events, too. You’ll also see TV personalities Adam Richman and Robert Irvine signing their latest books. But beyond the chopping board, the New York festival will also highlight notables of the wine world like Anthony Giglio, Mark Oldman and Ray Isle.
  • On October 9, 2012
    DeMarco Williams answered the question: DeMarco Williams

    What chefs are participating in the New York City Wine & Food Festival?

    The roster of chefs involved in the New York City Wine & Food Festival reads like a who’s who of celebrity kitchens. Names like Alton Brown, Rachael Ray and Paula Deen immediately jump off the menu. Other culinary luminaries who’ll be cooking up treats throughout the October 11 to 14 event include Giada De Laurentiis and Bobby Flay. Catch a bunch of star chefs at Mario Batali’s “On the Chopping Block: A Roast of Anthony Bourdain.” Marea toque Michael White will craft an adventurous four-course dinner in the vein of the fare you see on No Reservations while other chefs will give Bourdain a hard time.

    Speaking of tastemakers, <a href="http://www.forbestravelguide.com/tastemaker/eric-ripert">Eric Ripert</a>, <a href="http://www.forbestravelguide.com/tastemaker/ariane-daguin">Ariane Daguin</a>, <a href="http://www.forbestravelguide.com/tastemaker/alexandra-guarneschelli">Alex Guarnaschelli</a>, Ken Oringer, Roy Choi and Elizabeth Falkner will share their expertise at various events, too. You’ll also see TV personalities Adam Richman and Robert Irvine signing their latest books. But beyond the chopping board, the New York festival will also highlight notables of the wine world like Anthony Giglio, Mark Oldman and Ray Isle.
  • On October 9, 2012
    DeMarco Williams answered the question: DeMarco Williams

    What chefs are participating in the New York City Wine & Food Festival?

    The roster of chefs involved in the New York City Wine & Food Festival reads like a who’s who of celebrity kitchens. Names like Alton Brown, Rachael Ray and Paula Deen immediately jump off the menu. Other culinary luminaries who’ll be cooking up treats throughout the October 11 to 14 event include Giada De Laurentiis and Bobby Flay. Catch a bunch of star chefs at Mario Batali’s “On the Chopping Block: A Roast of Anthony Bourdain.” Marea toque Michael White will craft an adventurous four-course dinner in the vein of the fare you see on No Reservations while other chefs will give Bourdain a hard time.

    Speaking of tastemakers, Ken Oringer, Roy Choi and Elizabeth Falkner will share their expertise at various events, too. You’ll also see TV personalities Adam Richman and Robert Irvine signing their latest books. But beyond the chopping board, the New York festival will also highlight notables of the wine world like Anthony Giglio, Mark Oldman and Ray Isle.
  • On October 9, 2012
    DeMarco Williams answered the question: DeMarco Williams

    What chefs are participating in the New York City Wine & Food Festival?

    The roster of chefs involved in the New York City Wine & Food Festival reads like a who’s who of celebrity kitchens. Names like Alton Brown, Rachael Ray and Paula Deen immediately jump off the menu. Other culinary luminaries who’ll be cooking up treats throughout the October 11 to 14 event include Giada De Laurentiis and Bobby Flay. Catch a bunch of star chefs at Mario Batali’s “On the Chopping Block: A Roast of Anthony Bourdain.” Marea toque Michael White will craft an adventurous four-course dinner in the vein of the fare you see on No Reservations while other chefs will give Bourdain a hard time.

    Speaking of tastemakers, <a href"=http://www.forbestravelguide.com/tasetmaker/eric-ripert">Eric Ripert</a>, <a href="http://www.forbestravelguide.com/tastemaker/ariane-daguin">Ariane Daguin</a>, <a href="http://www.forbestravelguide.com/tastemaker/alexandra-guarneschelli">Alex Guarnaschelli</a>, <a href"=http://www.forbestravelguide.com/tastemaker/ken-oringer">Ken Oringer</a>, <a href="http://www.forbestravelguide.com/tastemaker/roy-choi">Roy Choi</a> and <a href="http://www.forbestravelguide.com/tastemaker/elizabeth-faulkner">Elizabeth Falkner</a> will share their expertise at various events, too. You’ll also see TV personalities Adam Richman and Robert Irvine signing their latest books. But beyond the chopping board, the New York festival will also highlight notables of the wine world like Anthony Giglio, Mark Oldman and Ray Isle.
  • On October 9, 2012
    DeMarco Williams answered the question: DeMarco Williams

    What chefs are participating in the New York City Wine & Food Festival?

    The roster of chefs involved in the New York City Wine & Food Festival reads like a who’s who of celebrity kitchens. Names like Alton Brown, Rachael Ray and Paula Deen immediately jump off the menu. Other culinary luminaries who’ll be cooking up treats throughout the October 11 to 14 event include Giada De Laurentiis and Bobby Flay. Catch a bunch of star chefs at Mario Batali’s “On the Chopping Block: A Roast of Anthony Bourdain.” Marea toque Michael White will craft an adventurous four-course dinner in the vein of the fare you see on No Reservations while other chefs will give Bourdain a hard time.
     
    Speaking of tastemakers, <a href="http://www.forbestravelguide.com/tastemaker/eric-ripert">Eric Ripert</a>, Ariane Daguin, Alex Guarnaschelli, http://www.forbestravelguide.com/tastemaker/ken-oringerKen Oringer, Roy Choi and Elizabeth Falkner will share their expertise at various events, too. You’ll also see TV personalities Adam Richman and Robert Irvine signing their latest books. But beyond the chopping board, the New York festival will also highlight notables of the wine world like Anthony Giglio, Mark Oldman and Ray Isle.