Everyone has his or her own favorite recipes, the ones you make for holiday dinners or take to a friend’s home. But do you ever wonder what dishes our top local chefs prefer?
Award-winning Chef Boston takes the helm in the kitchen of his elegant dining oasis that now features a small plates menu in the more casual c. 1740 lounge and heated patio with fireplace.
“This is one of my favorite fall and winter season side dishes because it’s so versatile and can be paired with any type of poultry from turkey to duck, and game meats from rabbit to venison. It’s a very simple dish to make and will wow your guests because of its simplistic but nuanced flavors.”
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