SAVOR the Flavors of Southern Comfort with Chicago’s Chef Lamar Moore
SAVOR is back and better than ever, bringing together over 100 small and independent breweries from around the country to showcase their craft beers. But SAVOR isn’t just about the beer; it’s about the food too. And this year, SAVOR has recruited some of the best chefs in the country to create tapas-style small plates to pair with each beer. One of those chefs is the talented Chef Lamar Moore, who is bringing his Southern comfort with a Chicago flair to the event.
Chef Moore’s love for the culinary arts started at a young age, learning from his grandmother who taught him the importance of cooking with love and soul. And boy, does he bring that love and soul to his SAVOR creations. Chef Moore’s flavor profile is inspired by his love for beer and southern food, and he’s excited to showcase those expressions at SAVOR.
But Chef Moore’s culinary journey hasn’t been easy. It’s taken years of hard work and dedication to get where he is today. From graduating from Le Cordon Bleu to cooking for the Chicago Bears and even the Obamas, Chef Moore has seen it all. And now, he’s the head chef of the all-new $10 million steakhouse, Bugsy & Meyer’s Steakhouse at Flamingo Las Vegas.
Chef Moore’s advice to aspiring chefs is to never stop cooking and to feel food from your soul. And that’s exactly what he’s doing at SAVOR. He’s humbly bringing his soulful Southern flair to the event, excited to meet new chefs, work with old chefs, and bring a taste of Chicago to D.C.
I loveeee beer and food paired with beer. I wanted to show expressions of Southern food through beer.~Chef Lamar Moore
Food is more than just sustenance, it’s a way to reach people through their heart and soul. Chef Lamar Moore understands this better than most. His passion for food and beer is showcased in his flavor profiles for SAVOR creations.
At the upcoming SAVOR event in D.C., Chef Lamar is excited to bring some Chicago flair to the table and work alongside new and old chefs. His advice to aspiring chefs is to never stop cooking, feel the food from your soul, take care of your team, never stop learning, and most importantly, humble your ego. So go ahead, take a bite, and let the power of food transport you to new heights.
The American beer scene has come a long way, and SAVOR is proof of that. Americans are finally learning to appreciate the complexity and richness that beer can add to the fine dining experience. And with Chef Lamar Moore’s Southern comfort with a Chicago flair, SAVOR attendees are in for a treat.
So let’s raise a glass to SAVOR, where craft beer and fine dining collide, and where Chef Lamar Moore is bringing his heart and soul to the table.