Tickets for the ninth annual Flavors of Fall are selling like hotcakes. And while we’re pretty sure there’ll be no actual hotcakes at the event, which is scheduled for 5:30pm on Monday, November 12th, we did want to whet your appetite with some of the fabulous fall-inspired dishes that the chefs are planning.
Here’s what we know so far: Russell House Tavern’s Michael Scelfo will be plating a rabbit terrine with pistachio shortbread and currant mostarda; Susan Regis of UpStairs on the Square is working on an apple chip with quince and duck prosciutto; and you can expect a pork cromesquis with red kuri squash, brown butter powder, vadouvan and roasted cauliflower from Garden at the Cellar’s Brandon Arms.
Once you’re ready for something sweet, be sure to swing by the West Bridge table where Matthew Gaudet will be serving s’mores with chocolate panna cotta, housemade fluff, toasted cinnamon graham cracker, and miso syrup; and don’t miss the maple crème brûlée (a perennial favorite) from Raymond Ost at Sandrine’s.
Order your tickets online before they disappear. You can try all the aforementioned yumminess and a whole host of additional dishes from the folks at Bergamot, Amelia’s, Rialto, Harvest, The Blue Room and Belly. There’ll be live jazz and a silent auction, too. And the best part? It’s all for a good cause. Proceeds from the silent auction and each $65 ticket support The Possible Project, a Cambridge-based charity that teaches Cambridge high school students to start and run their own businesses.
No wonder the tickets are going so quickly.