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Comedor chef-owner duo Fernanda Tapia & Jakob White met while
studying culinary arts at Boston University and after years of working in
kitchens in and around Boston, they decided to open their dream restaurant.
Hailing from their respective backgrounds, upstate New York and Santiago,
Chile, they pair their childhood flavors with the technique and skills they
accumulated over the years to create the food they serve at Comedor.
Each and every year during the week of Boston Bakes for
Breast Cancer,they create a special ice cream flavor. 100% of the sales from their creatively
crafted ice cream flavor supports breast cancer. Visit them, save room for dessert. Indulge, …
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With just over a decade of professional pastry experience,
including a degree from the Culinary Institute of America, Kerry Levesque has become one of the youngest
talents to helm The Ritz-Carlton, Boston’s hotel pastry program. In her role as
Pastry Supervisor at the hotel, she has elevated the pastry program to
widespread acclaim. According to the hotel’s Executive Chef Robert
Bruce, Kerry’s pastry department touches every area of the hotel,
from desserts in Artisan Bistro and Avery Bar, to seasonal ballroom buffets
with extravagant party stations, to creating highly personalized
and themed guest amenities. She’s also been the creative force behind the
hotel’s holiday pastry décor which is seen and …
Pastry Chef Jaime Davis Schick is one of five of the extraordinary Pastry Chef’s taking part in Sugar Rush 2017 on Monday, July 17 at 6:00 PM at the Rail Stop in Brighton. Get your ticket on EventBrite and join us as we not only enjoy a 5-course dessert tasting but raise much needed money for breast cancer research.
Jaime Davis SchickExecutive Pastry Chef
Jaime Davis Schick is a New Hampshire native whose passion for food and cooking is in her blood; her father is a culinary professional and her grandmother, who Schick remembers baking with as a young girl, attended Fannie …
It is hard to imagine 15 years ago a new event was crated that crossed every socioeconomic demographics and let anyone and everyone help in the fight against breast cancer by simply buying a dessert! We called it Boston Bakes for Breast Cancer. It had a catchy ring to it even though if you say it five times fast it becomes a tongue twister.
Small things come in good packages and never could we have imagined how we would grow from 42 participants in our first year to last year over 300 participants in over 90 Massachusetts communities. Although our name …
Paying $10 for an unlimited amount of ice cream sounds like a good deal to me, especially when that money goes to cancer research. So, I went down to City Hall last week for the Jimmy Fund Scooper Bowl. As to be expected, it was pretty crowded – I was there on the last day it was open and there were more teenagers and kids than I could count.
The vendors present were Baskin-Robbins, Ben & Jerry’s, Blue Bunny, Breyer’s, Edy’s, Friendly’s, Hood, Byrne Dairy, and Fresh Mango. The friend I went with is lactose intolerant so we were looking out …
With two more days of Boston Bakes for Breast Cancer left for you to enjoy, another important fundraiser comes to the forefront! Boston Bites Back initiated by Ming Tsai and Ken Oringer as a way to help raise money for The One Fund and support the victims of the Marathon Bombing.
Our community united so quickly after the horrible events of April 15th – especially the restaurant community. Immediately they sprang into action. Little did we know that Ming Tsai and Ken Oringer had something even bigger in mind!
Boston Bakes takes me a year to organize where desserts rule! This is …
Boston is in the process of healing. It will take time. Strong and united Boston stands. Listening to Stephen Colbert talk about Boston and who we are, humorous but true! Hearing the national anthem being sung at the Bruin game last night shows our unity and spirit.
The victims and their families are always in our thoughts. It is still unimaginable but the strength of the community will unite everyone. We will be dealing with this for a long time to come. Next year, the Boston Marathon will be bigger and better than ever.
Fundraisers have begun to help and of …