Malcolm Mitchell

Washington, D.C.

Classic cuisine with an edgy, urban twist


Specialities

Fresh, locally-sourced ingredients

About Malcolm Mitchell

Malcolm Mitchell is the Washington D.C.-based owner of M. Mitchell the Chef personal chef service, delivering elevated prepared meals to the DC elite. Malcolm brings together the sophistication of his classic culinary training with an edgy, urban sensibility for an avant-garde flavor profile that is all his own. In late 2016, Malcolm will be opening Locality by Malcolm Mitchell, a casual café that will serve sandwiches, salads, and soups featuring the freshest, locally sourced ingredients.

Malcolm was a finalist on Season 8 of Food Network’s Next Food Network Star, as well as appearing on Beat Bobby Flay and NDTV’s Celebrity Chef Chinese Competition. His Brain Food program has worked in conjunction with First Lady Michelle Obama’s “Let’s Move!” campaign to combine healthy school lunches with exercise to defeat childhood obesity. Malcolm has cooked for celebrities and athletes, including singer Mary J. Blige, comedian Chris Tucker, former NBA star Antawn Jamison, and NFL legend Leigh Torrence. Crediting his mother with beginning his culinary career, Malcolm says, “A good meal should leave you feeling the same as good love- always wanting more.”
 


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Malcolm Mitchell's Video Tutorials

Thai Basil Vinaigrette

Malcolm Mitchell
Easy

This versatile dressing that has the classic Asian flavors of Thai basil, lime juice, and mirin can also be used as a tasty marinade for fish or seafood.

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Smoked Turkey and Collard Greens Broth

Malcolm Mitchell
Intermediate

This versatile broth combines the traditional Southern flavors of smoky roasted turkey and tart collard greens.

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Seaweed-Crusted Salmon with Collard Greens Broth

Malcolm Mitchell
Intermediate

Uniquely crusted with crunchy Asian snacks, this juicy salmon is complemented by a rich, smoky collard greens broth.

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Spinach and Artichoke Dip with Crab

Malcolm Mitchell
Intermediate

This crowd-pleasing dip is made elegant with the addition of savory lumpcrab.

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