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An Education in Gnocchi

No Comments 11 March 2012

cutting gnocchi

Contributed by Bryce Lambert

One of the best foodie deals in town (yes, even better than restaurant week) are the cooking classes at Season to Taste Catering. Season to Taste uses the term “cooking class” loosely (something they’re upfront about), as these events are better described as multi-course sit-down dinners with instructional introductions there to allow diners to better engage with their food.

After being late to sign up for (they fill up quick!) both a duck confit and braising class, I finally made it to a recent gnocchi class. And by “class,” I mean I munched on crostinis and cauliflower soup while Season to Taste’s Robert Harris rolled out two kinds of gnocchi and then sat down to a four-course dinner with strangers. For just $35, I left with a firm understanding of how to make gnocchi, a gourmet food induced hangover, and a list of restaurants to check out, courtesy of my well-informed dinner companions. Continue Reading

Dinner 7: A Farm to Table Holiday

The Food

2 Comments 17 December 2010

Contributed by Bryce Lambert

Chef Robert Harris, owner & chef of Season to Taste Catering, invited us to the new Table at Season to Taste, to sit down to a gourmet farm to table dinner for ten. They’ve recently installed a dining table in their Cambridge kitchen and made it available to small parties for their unique take on private dining. In the returning tradition of table d’hôte, Chef Harris creates a custom prix fixe menu based on the freshest seasonal ingredients, completing the menu with wine pairings.

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Dinner 7: A Farm to Table Holiday

The Menu

2 Comments 15 December 2010

Our friends at Season to Taste Catering invited us to the new Table at Season to Taste, where they host small private dinner parties, for a farm-to-table holiday dinner. Here’s the menu and a few snapshots of the delicious four course dinner. For more photos, visit the Flickr gallery. More to come on the food and the urbane and modern table dressing we installed before sitting down.

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Dinner 5: European Country

An Interview with Chef Robert Harris

No Comments 01 November 2010

Chef Robert Harris of Season to Taste Catering

Chef Robert Harris

For our fifth dinner we partnered with Robert Harris of Season to Taste Catering (winner of Best of Boston 2010), who set up a kitchen in European Country Antiques and served up a delicious fall meal. Below he answers a few questions on the evening’s food as well as his ideas on cooking and serving food. We’re excited about his plans to continue to cooperate with Didriks and the Dinner Series. For more, read Part 2 and visit the Flickr gallery.

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