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Andy Husbands was never one to shy away from a challenge. On Monday, January 14th the Tremont 647 chef will face off against Jeremy Sewall (Eastern Standard, Lineage & Island Creek Oyster Bar) and Karen Akunowicz (Myers + Chang) in a tapas battle for the ages – well, 2013 at least. Here’s the lo-down: each of the three chefs will be tasked with creating a menu item for each of three categories – oysters (of the Island Creek variety of course), sustainable seafood (of the chefs’ choosing) and steak. A group of judges will decide the winner at the end of the evening based on taste, presentation and creativity. Of course, we all know the real winners here are those in attendance, who for $29 per person, get to sample each dish and enjoy a sangria and passed app reception when doors open at 6:00pm. Reservations are required for this particular party – get yours by calling 617.266.4600.
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Provencal Pick-Me-Up - The figgy pudding may be gone but don’t despair! Chef Robert Sisca has booked you a flight with Bistro du Midi’s Passport to Provence menu, available Sunday through Friday for the month of January beginning Friday, January 2nd. READ MORE »
Tony Maws Tells All. Well, Some. - Tony Maws may not be a regular watcher of Top Chef (all the deliciousness at Craigie on Main and Kirkland Tap & Trotter doesn’t just cook itself, y’know) but the James Beard Award-winning chef was happy to share his opinions with the cheftestants as a judge. He was just as happy (we think) to talk with us about his appearance, impressions and possible upcoming stints on TV. READ MORE »