Beef, It’s What’s For Dinner

Red meat may have gotten a bad rap, environmentally-speaking, but there’s no reason to avoid it entirely – just let the ladies of UpStairs on the Square and their team of experts tell you. On Thursday, November 21st the Harvard Square restaurant will be hosting a gluten and grain free dinner highlighting the delicious benefits of being a carnivore. Allan Savory of The Savory Institute and Harvard chemist Mathieu Lalonde will be in house to discuss the ways in which pasture-raised animals are actually perfect for human consumption, after which chef Richard Baker will present a three-course menu featuring locally-sourced, grass-fed beef from Savenor’s. Dinner costs $125 per person and begins at 8:15pm (so that interested diners can attend a free lecture at the Harvard Law School on the same topic at 6:00pm). Go online for all the details and to reserve your spot.

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