Eye Candy: Beard House

carrots A variety of heirloom carrots soak up a generous dollop of butter in the Beard House kitchen. Take a look at more photos from the dinner prepared by Mark Porcaro, Jason Banusiewicz, and Tak Kuen "Tommy" Choi of Boston's Top of the Hub. (Photo by Lisa Ozag)

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Ask a Chef: Ken Oringer

Ken Oringer When he's taking a break from the demands of overseeing myriad Beantown properties, Ken Oringer likes to sneak in meals at his favorite Boston restaurants. He has one for every occasion—check out the list here.

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MemorEATS: Barbara Lynch

"My mom used to send me to school with tuna fish sandwiches on Sunbeam white bread. The tuna fish salad was made with pickle juice. I would stick the lunch bag next to the radiator so the sandwich would get nice and warm. I loved those warm tuna sandwiches!" –JBF Award Winner Barbara Lynch, No. 9 Park, Boston

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What's in a Name: L’Espalier, Boston

Bringing French haute cuisine to the Northeast, Frank McClelland’s much-lauded restaurant takes its name from a French word, derived from an Italian word meaning “something to rest the shoulder against.” It’s also the term for latticework that supports fruit trees and flowers—especially roses. Appropriate for a colonial New England townhouse-turned French restaurant.

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