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Mass Foodies to Host 4th Chef’s Best Dinner Series on July 12

Wednesday, June 15, 2016

 

Armsby Abbey

Mass Foodies will present their 4th Chef's Best dinner series, featuring Executive Chef Damian Evangelous at Armsby Abbey on Tuesday, July 12. The event is limited to 40 people with nonrefundable tickets sold by clicking here. 

July 12 Event

The event will begin with a welching reception for the first hour which will showcase Armsby Abbey's favorite farmstead cheeses, charcuterie, pickled items and freshly baked breads. 

From there, Chef Evangelous will be presenting four seasonal courses which take advantage of the season and New England's resources. 

A menu will not be available until late June and there is no gluten-free or vegetarian option available. 

Chef's Best 

Starting in October 2015, Chef's Best is a dinner series that allows a Massachusetts chef carte blanche to create his or her best dished without hesitation. 

 

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