Born Jean-Marie Monfort Hébert Georges Fils "TiGeorges" Laguerre, TiGeorges is the the proprietor of the legendary TiGeorges' Chicken in Los Angeles. Originally from Haiti, TiGeorges immigrated to Los Angeles via Brooklyn to bring all the culture and customs of his Caribbean legacy to new worlds.
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TiGeorges Laguerre launches his memoir No Man Is An Island at TiGeorges' Chicken in Los Angeles
TiGeorges' Chicken | 307 Glendale Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90026
Jean-Marie Monfort Hébert Georges Fils “TiGeorges” Laguerre died at birth. But anyone who knows the gregarious, polylingual chef and restaurant owner realizes that it takes more than something like dying to keep this charismatic man down. Laguerre was revived, and in the decades since, has lived life to the fullest. His new memoir is a recipe for real talk and a hearty blend of food, family, and country. Laguerre spills secrets of his one-of-a-kind cuisine, talks about the life in Haiti, and shares his everyman’s immigrant’s journey from the Caribbean to New York, and then across the country to L.A.