Omar Tate was named "Chef of The Year" by Esquire, but he has plans way beyond just running a restaurant. Tate's combination of cooking, poetry and art is also delivering powerful messages. Jeff Glor sits down with Tate as he puts together a dinner for
Published: 2021-03-06 09:46 am
Chef Omar Tate on cooking, poetry, and future goals

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