taste of cambridge

taste of cambridge

Yes, I was there, too.  And it. was. glorious.

Barbecue summer corn with chipotle butter and queso fresco,
courtesy of Grafton Street.

Grafton Street‘s Chef Scott Robertson and a fellow corn enthusiast.

A spread of marvelously stinky cheeses by the unstoppable Formaggio Kitchen. One of these days, I will check out a snazzy-sounding wine & cheese class.

And the best place for bottomless chips and salsa, Border Cafe, served blackened chicken and smiles.  Apparently they even have locations in Jersey & Delaware.

Another favorite of mine, Henrietta’s Table, surprised and delighted with a native strawberry & rhubarb crisp served in eco-friendly compostable bamboo baskets.  I love how their food always excels in presentation, preparation and satisfying patrons.

More photos of Taste of Cambridge 2010 to come later this week, as well as photos of Ken Oringer & Jamie Bissonnette’s Talking Taste at the ICA!