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Wakefield, MA- Pizza black hole

It's a shame that nobody has reclaimed/remodeled the Caruso's space.

Isn't it a sad sight, empty and forlorn, with all those years of superior pie prowess long since faded into the abyss of time? (that's my way of saying I miss their Za Za and Sicilian pie.)

Jun 14, 2012
Bob MacAdoo in Greater Boston Area

Recent trip report - Bwyater, CP., and misc. fun

A trip back to New Orleans for a few days could only mean one thing ... chowhound adventure.

Here's the skinny:

COMMANDER'S PALACE

This was the first stop, dinner for four on a Friday evening. Mmmm, glad we began here, there's no place better.

Our fun started in the kitchen as we arrived 30 minutes before the reservation. Graciously, we were swept to the back bar for a front row seat on the line, complete with libations. I ordered a French 75 (gin.) Lovely, even though I caught a raised eyebrow when I asked for it on the rocks.

Seated promptly in the upstairs room (first room at top of stairs), we were delighted to enjoy an evening of impeccable service, stellar cuisine, and excellent company (including a foodie writer type in our party who was familiar to Ti Adelaide Martin. After stopping by to thank us for visiting, she brought out a round of amazing mid-course shots. Unknown variety that blended hot, sweet and savory, with a definite hint of peach.)

Dining highlights included Shrimp and Tasso Hennican app, which was defined by a simply unparalleled pepper jelly sauce; the Pecan Crusted Redfish main (two of us enjoyed this indulgence .. oh my, this was simply southern greatness on a plate) and the surprise hit, a mushroom-based veggie dish that caught the foodie writer by complete surprise.) Even though we passed on Chef Tory's 7-course feast, there we so many great things about this meal, from perfect pace to great bottle of pinot noir, but I think the standout was the reaction of our host. This gentleman has lived in N.O. for the better part of 10 years and had never visited C.P. (on principle, too touristy, he said.) Naturally, he walked out with a vastly different opinion, agreeing that C.P. stands among the culinary heavyweights in a city of food contenders.

Verti's Marte

This little surprise happened after night of live blues with Bryan Lee, on our way back to the Bywater, courtesy of the foodie writer (not only is she great people, but this gal knows her stuff!) She bought us an All That Jazz po boy for enjoyment at the local watering hole near our host's abode. This was super sloppy yummy, featuring a fully dressed grilled ham and grilled turkey sandwich on trademark crusty Leidenheimer French bread that was defined by 1) gooey cheese (American/Swiss combo), 2) grilled veggies (mushrooms for sure, tomatoes I think), and 3) shrimp, like 20 shrimp, so damned good. Verti's, what a great find for an out-of-towner like me, though apparently very well known to the locals.

Parasol's

I made the RB Po Boy pilgrimage to the Irish Channel and was not disappointed (thank you $50 rental car!) This was really delicious. Even though I ordered a small, it was just right; great gravy, great bread, perfect finger licking lunch. My only mistake was ordering the "small" onion rings. Tasty as hell, but totally unnecessary and wayyyy too big.

Elizabeth's

When in the Bywater, eat breakfast at Elizabeth's and live forever. This go-around, I tried the salmon brie grilled cheese concoction on rye, topped with two fried sunny side up and grits. Oh yeah, this was delicious. The salty salmon and sweet cream brie made for a perfect combo.

Liuzza's by the Track

Was only in mood for a quick bite at this meal. There was a crawfish etoufee on the special menu, so I had a small bowl. Nothing to scream about, but then again, I can't get an etoufee this good anywhere in my neck of the woods (Boston) so yeah, it was pretty darned good.

Surrey's Cafe

I was really torn about what to order here as everything that went by looked stellar. Especially the shrimp n' grits, the biscuits with gravy, and the Bananas Foster Pain Perdu (lordy, that looked rich.) I opted for the Boudin Breakfast Biscuit and was not disappointed. Very tasty meal. I wish I had selected grits however, as the hash browns featured some kickin' cajun spice that jumpstarted my forehead sweat glands!

Frady's

This is a great little dive corner store on Piety. We snacked on 'tamales' with a hint of cajun spice, meat unknown, and a small dirty rice. Nice find. For the locals, there was huge demand for the fried shrimp po boys, which looked damned good on the cutting board.

Felix's

Two dozen grilled oysters for me and my pal, plus a 1/2 dozen fresh for me (he won't eat them raw), standing at the bar while 20 people waited outside in line. We slammed down a couple of Amstel's too. Best afternoon ever.

Kajun's Pub

This is a drinking bar for drinking people on St. Claude. The stumbling fellas next to us said, cheapest beer at any bar within 20 blocks. Not a sober person in the damned place, or so it seemed. So wasn't it interesting to find some of the best char grilled oysters you'd ever eat in New Orleans at this, ahem, establishment? And how about them BBQ shrimp, seriously U10-sized, 1/2 dozen per order ... not as good as Mr. B's, but at this price ($10!!!!), who cares? Gritty food done right.

The Joint

The food cognoscenti say New Orleans is not a "cue town. Perhaps. But this cute little Bywater shack does make some tasty ribs. A 1/2 rack had 8 ribs. Perfect with the frost brew on an 80-degree April day.

Apr 10, 2012
Bob MacAdoo in New Orleans

Matt Murphy's Recently?

I had lunch there in early January. Had an excellent lamb burger. Really top notch.

Feb 24, 2012
Bob MacAdoo in Greater Boston Area

Recent eats: Firebrand Saints, Myers & Chang, Prezza and 'Za

Thanks MC Slim. I think this group(http://www.studiotroika.com/projects/...) may have done the design but Soso did the awesome video installation. According to their website, the Soso piece follows, deconstructs, and transforms live TV on 5 HD screens.The installation highlights "emotional language" and other elements of the broadcast. It's wicked cool, if I do say so.

Feb 19, 2012
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Recent eats: Firebrand Saints, Myers & Chang, Prezza and 'Za

Inre mains, the waiter steered us clear of everything but the burgers. FWIW.

Feb 18, 2012
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Recent eats: Firebrand Saints, Myers & Chang, Prezza and 'Za

Firebrand Saints - The interior design here is stellar. I'd love to know the name of the architect who crafted this ultra-modern homage to hip-meets-smart space. The food did not match the design, but came close. The tremendous beer list (love the Dogfish Head 90 Minute IPA) and the lamb-sirloin burger were tops. Also, the excellent meze tapas trio (unusual hummus with toasted pine nights and ground lamb, a smoky-baba ganoush, and a fresher than fresh tzatziki) hit the spot. Go with a crowd after work, you won't be sorry.

M&C - A lot's been written before, so I'll do my best to stick with relevant material. Everything we ate was excellent. Sure, a high-end dim sum cafe like this will hit your wallet much harder than a few blocks north in Chinatown. But the sinful cocktails (their version of a margarita is a must-try) and the perfect renditions of clams and black bean sauce (yes, perfect) and scrumptious braised pork belly buns are worth the price of admission. Rock on M&C, rock on.

Prezza - It's inexcusable to have left this star off my 2011 dining destination list. This place has been knocking it out of the park for a long time now (12 years) yet it feels every bit as new and exciting as it did a decade ago. We made a meal out of apps, burratta with a nice red wine reduction studded with bacon and shallots, a crispy shrimp that went perfectly with the slightly hot aioli, and my favorite, the grilled clams. Wine was good too, a bottle of cab made by Antinori.

Za - Went for lunch, had a portobello house special pizza. Pretty darned good thanks to rich goat cheese and evenly cooked crust. Would go back.

Feb 18, 2012
Bob MacAdoo in Greater Boston Area

Post Your Three Favorite Things You ate in Boston in 2011

Better late than never ...

Meridien Special, Meridien Food Market, East Boston. Holy heck, that's a sandwich!

Soft shell app special @ Highland Kitchen in May. To quote my post on this: "this was a perfectly battered (light coating), perfectly fried (greaseless, golden exterior), perfectly seasoned crab placed delicately atop a heaping pile of arugula, summer-ripe cherry tomato quarters, and topped with a creamy sauce that included a hint of garlic ... the crab was incredibly tender and succulent. It had been awhile since I had a soft-shell. That one was worth the wait." Heck yah!

Honk Kong Eatery's Wonton Noodle Soup with Roast Duck. Thanks ScubaSteve, your October 2010 food porn shot on CH moved me to visit in January. I was not disappointed!

All of the above come with apologies to Mare (squid ink pasta. Arrivederci old friend); Posto (Salumi 'za, mmmm); ICOB (lobster roe noodles, yummy!); everything at Fuloon; and last, but not least, pernil asado at Cafe Latino in Center Plaza. So damned good ... ok one more, the Greensway sammy at BBQSmith truck (smoked pork, Dijon, cheddar, gouda, onions, greens).

Jan 04, 2012
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Chowhound "Yum" Steer

I forgot about the Prezza egg yolk ravioli. Another great yum steer, thanks!

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Prezza
24 Fleet St., Boston, MA 02113

Nov 02, 2011
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Redbones 'Hound Dog' an insult to hounds

To be quite clear, the "Hound Dog" from their truck is an insult to chowhounds. FWIW, my Redbones days date back 2 decades, and I've even had them cater special events, though it's been awhile.

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Redbones
55 Chester St, Somerville, MA 02144

Nov 02, 2011
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Chowhound "Yum" Steer

A couple of months back, I posted a thread that got some traction on 'bum' CH steers. Well, today's fun is focused on "Yum" steers, i.e., places you were directed to via a fellow hound or were able to direct others too that were especially yummy.

Here's a recent list for Yum Steers given, and taken:

Yums Given

Souper Roll Up, East Camb. - Best place that gets no love on CH board.
New Deal Fish, E. Camb. - Touting this place since 2007. I love Carl Fantasia's fish monger heaven.
Fuloon - A benefit of living on the near north shore.
Uburger - Free Uburger in 2009 that is. I'd recc the U any time, but speecially when they are giving UCheeses away.
Sessa's - Best Italian sandwiches in Eastern MA. Still.

Yums Taken (best of many!)

Craigie on Main - Crispy pig tails! Burger too. Thanks hounds.
O Ya - Still paying the tab, but worth every penny
Tupelo - Southern love
Highland Kitchen - Oh man, thank you!
Angela's Cafe - Muy gracias!
Taranta - Peru? Italy? Who cares!
BBQSmith - Damned if that special smoked pork, kale, sharp cheese creation I ate back in August doesnt rank as my best sammy of '11.

Thanks hounds!

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O Ya
9 East Street, Boston, MA 02111

Highland Kitchen
150 Highland Ave, Somerville, MA 02143

Sessa's
414 Highland Ave, Somerville, MA 02144

Craigie on Main
853 Main Street, Cambridge, MA 02139

Uburger
636 Beacon St, Boston, MA 02215

Souper Roll Up Cafe
726 Cambridge St, Cambridge, MA 02141

Nov 02, 2011
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Redbones 'Hound Dog' an insult to hounds

For $5, the Redbones truck in the Back Bay offers a "Hound Dog" with "chili" & cheese. Yeesh, what a misnomer on all accounts. The dog is a standard 2 oz. link, steamed (i.e., nothing special.) The chili is beans. No chili meat. No chili flavor. Just pintos in a sauce vaugely reminiscent of food service taco spice. The bun is wonder bread's version or its unseemly cousin. Though my office is 40 feet away and three floors up from the 'Bones truck, the bun did not hold up under the weight of the 'chili.'

Let's call this "Hound" what it is - a dog with no bite.

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Redbones
55 Chester St, Somerville, MA 02144

Nov 02, 2011
Bob MacAdoo in Greater Boston Area

Had my first speed's dog today !

Righteous, well done.

Oct 11, 2011
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Cuban Sandwich

I like the Cuban at Izzy's in Cambridge, which is a Friday special. Very underrated.

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Izzy's Restaurant
72 Spring St, New Bedford, MA 02740

Oct 11, 2011
Bob MacAdoo in Greater Boston Area

September 2011 Openings and Closings

Hope Paul will resurface ASAP, legendary bartender in the 'Ville.

Sep 14, 2011
Bob MacAdoo in Greater Boston Area

Chowhound "bum steers"

Wow, looks like all the posts referring to a much-missed voice on the board have vanished ... a pity ... I'm glad this thread is generating some lively discussion, but I'm curious why more people are not copping to giving out bum steers. Nobody can bat .1000, correct?

Inre the Villa Mexico, I'd forgot that I was not impressed with that rec.

Inre Cantina La Mex, formerly Taqueria La Mex, I guess that could be considered another BS by me. That said, I've long qualified my rec/love for that joint by saying the only safe dishes are the pork tacos, the chili rellenos and the tamals. Everything else is 'meh' or worse IMHO. That said, those three dishes continued to deliver. Just last week, I did a take out pork tacos which was to die for, perfect handmade double-stack corn wrap filled with greasy carnitas (they throw the roast pork on the grill before they make the taco) covered with fresh pico di gallo and some habenero sauce. Nothing fancy, just yummy.

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Villa Mexico
296 Cambridge St, Boston, MA 02114

Jul 28, 2011
Bob MacAdoo in Greater Boston Area

Chowhound "bum steers"

I saw this phrase in the Barking Crab thread and it made me chuckle.

Then it made me think.

Have I ever gotten a CH bum steer?

Have I ever given a CH bum steer?

In this spirit, my horror stories and my mea culpas. Feel free to play!

CH "bum steers" that I experienced:

Zalek's, Wakefield. All of the gushing in '07 led me to three medicore meals and two-and-a-half hours of my life wasted (waiting for the food or takeout.) At least I can say I went down swinging.

Grille Zone. Short-lived burger joint near BU West. Yuck.

Copia. Anthony Caturano's ill-conceived and even worse executed 'steakhouse.' Thanks, but I'll stick to the amazing Prezza.

Famous Dave's, Saugus. Still quite can't get the taste of that faux 'que out of my mouth. Bleeechh.

Gitlo's. Apparently, I missed the window of goodness and got nothing but meh.

My "bum steers"

Pressed Sandwiches. Depressing how fast that place went down hill. Makes me wonder, was it ever any good?

Hot Off The Press. Defunct place in Charlestown Navy Yard - Really, not worth the trip due to inconsistency and often cold interiors of pressed sammys.

(BTW, two bad pressed sandwich places = don't ever take ole Bob's advice on pressed sandwiches!)

Blue's Diner, Melrose. When you are wrong, you are wrong! boy was I wrong!! Another shuttered eatery, another bad rec by me, especially for dinner. Ashen burgers and weeping grilled cheese do not a diner make.

Grand Canal - $12 for a unappetizing BBQ chix & bacon wrap? I'm sorry that I ever mentioned the place.

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Zaleks
21 Princess St, Wakefield, MA 01880

The Barking Crab
88 Sleeper Street, Boston, MA 02210

Prezza
24 Fleet St., Boston, MA 02113

Grille Zone
1022 Commonwealth Ave, Newton Center, MA

Pressed Sandwiches
2 Oliver St, Boston, MA 02109

Grand Canal
57 Canal St, Boston, MA 02114

Jul 26, 2011
Bob MacAdoo in Greater Boston Area

Why can't more of these places be like Highland Kitchen?

Ditto to your main thought BD. Right on.

Jul 26, 2011
Bob MacAdoo in Greater Boston Area

Where to go on a Sunday night in Cambridge for a special occasion?

Tough ask, as many places are closed on Sundays (Salts & Harvest come to mind.)

Some choices:

Blue Room - A personal favorite. Accessible menu, inviting atmosphere, generally high level of of consistency.

Henrietta's Table - Not adventurous, but excellent 'farm to table' fare featuring scrumptious New England fare.

Rendezvous - They do a nice Sunday prix fixe for under $40.

Craigie on Main - Celebrated chef, unqiue fare (e.g., pig's head entree for two), and some chowhound feedback that finds this resto's our-way-or-no-way attitude a bit much.

Hope this helps!

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Henrietta's Table
One Bennett St., Cambridge, MA 02138

Craigie on Main
853 Main Street, Cambridge, MA 02139

The Blue Room
Hampshire and Portland streets, Cambridge, MA 02139

Jul 26, 2011
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Cafe Latino Gov't Center is the Real Deal - Serious Roast Pork

Worth restating SG's obvious observation. Holy bejeezus, is the Pernil at Cafe Latino a CH feast or what?!?!

I too am almost never downtown on a weekday for lunch, so I jumped at the chance to rock this meal. The pernil plate ($6.99) was a beast, perfectly roasted pork with a delectable crunchy skin. Oh, the goodness.

I skipped plantains (offered sweet or regular) in favor of basic salad. Hey, the greens were needed to offset the rest of the calories, which included perfectly prepared yellow rice with pidegon peas.

Awesome meal for an unbeatable price ...

Cafe Latino
2 Center Plz, Boston, MA 02108

Jul 13, 2011
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Why can't more of these places be like Highland Kitchen?

Sunday night at HK:

- Soft shell app special - perfectly battered (light coating), perfectly fried (greaseless, golden exterior), perfectly seasoned crab placed delicately atop a heaping pile of arugula, summer-ripe cherry tomato quarters, and topped with a creamy sauce that included a hint of garlic ... the crab was incredibly tender and succulent. It's been awhile since I had a soft-shell. This one was worth the wait.

- Chicken Tostada app -- damned tasty, messy heap of refried black beans, some nicely shredded chicken, pico and a crazy slathering of jack cheese atop a flat, deep fried corn crisp. I cut mine in 4, and ate it like a pizza. Finger-licking good.

- Burger - with jack cheese and carmelized onions. Perfect medium rare. Perfect amount of juice and flavor (sirloin and chuck mix, I'd bet 70/30 ratio.) Sturdy bun, no fancy adornments. And freshly fried fries. In sum, a fine burger that surely lives up to the hype.

All of the above was split with D.C. I washed my portion down with a few #527 margaritas and the rock-a-billy/soul/new wave tunes wafting in from the barkeep's stereo system.

The HK difference, as always, is the passion they have for their work and craft, and their clear understanding of how to do fun and food just right. Which is why the word perfect/ly shows up no fewer than four times. My only regret is that I was not turned onto this place earlier than 2010 ...

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Highland Kitchen
150 Highland Ave, Somerville, MA 02143

May 31, 2011
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Is Speed's open today (any confirmations)??

Grote & Weigel.

Apr 26, 2011
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What to order at Mary Chung's?

No sticky rice, as Galangatron noted, one large ball served over bok choy with the soy broth that somehow, happily, delivered a beef-flavored kick.

Apr 21, 2011
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Let's make a list of bars without TVs

I watched Game 7 of the Celtics/Lakers series last spring at the Behan ... don't know if trhat was a random event.

Apr 20, 2011
Bob MacAdoo in Greater Boston Area

Worcester area Easter Sunday Lunch

Not sure what the story is on Easter at Via, but my family enjoyed a fabulous meal there earlier this month. In particular, the pizza was wonderful, featuring thin crisp crust cooked in a wood-burning brick oven, a delightful crushed tomato sauce, and delicious cheese.

Apr 20, 2011
Bob MacAdoo in Greater Boston Area

What to order at Mary Chung's?

Went for lunch today at MC and went way outside my comfort zone with the Lion''s Head Meatball. I'm damned glad I did. The oversized (largest I've ever seen) orb featured a firm, meaty mix of ginger-infused pork with a strong sesame flavor and a hint of something sweeter (rice wine? sugar? sherry?). It came in a bowl filled with a nice, beefy flavored broth. Great lunch, especially for a place that specializes in szechuan do a great job with a traditional Shanghai dish.

Apr 20, 2011
Bob MacAdoo in Greater Boston Area

Roast Beast (Allston)

Made my way to Roast Beast for lunch (was in the hood randomly.) Contrian alert: My experience did not live up to the hype.

Yes, despite the incredibly friendly folks cutting the meat, I see no reason to return.

I ordered a regular with special sauce on an onion roll. The "special" beast sauce was decidedly pedestrian (as in, on par with commerical brands like Stubb's, which I like, but still), the meat was cold (which to my palette, is a NO NO when paired with a warm griddled onion bun), and the overall beefiness of the regular sized sandwich was jfine, but did not strike me as "better" than any of the competitors which can be found in just about every business district in Eastern MA.

Having once worked at a beef joint (Mimi's in Waltham back in 1986), I feel like I have some level of expertise on this topic. At Mimi's, the schtick/trick to their unique beef flavor was to trim every ounce of fat off the roast (top round, as I recall), then slow roast it at around 190 degrees after slathering the top with shortening (yes, shortening. They used the beef fat for the burger mix ...). The slow/low cook and the grease combo delivered a pretty unique flavor profile ... and was always juicy (though never below medium/medium rare ...)

At Roast Beast, I was hoping for, but never tasted a flavor that made me go "mmmm, beef."
It was more like, hmm, Dietz & Watson? Boar's Head? The beef was a bit chewy (dare I say stringy?) It was medium/medium rare, but that hardly matters when served cold ... the best thing I could say, is they did not skimp on portion, though it was hardly huge.

Maybe I'm a beef snob, but I'll take Billy's in Wakefield any day of the week, which remains the current gold RB standard in my book. Billy's is always a warm beef, sliced thin (but not wafer thin), medium rare/rare (key to my taste buds) and uses a sauce that is not garden variety (piquant tang, plenty of black pepper after taste, yet not thick or redolent with tomato flavor.) Mmmm, I need to get me one of those ...

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Roast Beast
1080 Commonwealth Ave, Boston, MA 02215

Apr 11, 2011
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Best sandwich in boston?

So I pulled a chowhound move for lunch today while randomly in Brookline and grabbed a Pork Milanese Cemita at Dorado Tacos, then decided to try Roast Beast for dessert.

The Cemitas deserves a place in any discussion about excellent sandwiches in Boston.
The sturdy egg roll crowned with a hearty layer of sesame seeds is the ideal foundation for the thin, pounded deep fried pork cutlet and the yummy black beans-chipotle/adobo-avocado spread combo. The fresh cilantro really comes through at the end as well, though I must admit, the value of the Oaxaca cheese is a mystery to me.

Alas, the Roast Beast dessert did not live up to the hype, could not overcome the strong flavors imparted by the first course, and despite the incredibly friendly folks cutting the meat, gave me no reason to return. The "special" beast sauce was decidedly pedestrian (as in, on par with commerical brands like Stubb's, which I like, but still), the meat was cold (which to my palette, is a NO NO when paired with a warm griddled onion bun), and the overall beefiness of the regular sized sandwich was jfine, but did not strike me as "better" than any of the competitors which can be found in just about every business district in Eastern MA.

Having once worked at a beef joint (Mimi's in Waltham back in 1986), I feel like I have some level of expertise on this topic. At Mimi's, the schtick/trick to their unique beef flavor was to trim every ounce of fat off the roast (top round, as I recall), then slow roast it at around 190 degrees after slathering the top with shortening (yes, shortening. They used the beef fat for the burger mix ...).

Bottom line, at Roast Beast, I tasted nothing that made me go "mmmm, beef." More like, hmm, Dietz & Watson? Boar's Head? Maybe I'm a beef snob, but I'll take Billy's in Wakefield any day of the week, which remains the current gold RB standard in my book.

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Roast Beast
1080 Commonwealth Ave, Boston, MA 02215

Apr 11, 2011
Bob MacAdoo in Greater Boston Area

Only 2 more nights in Boston!

I think you can take a water shuttle to North End as well.

http://www.citywatertaxi.com/taxi_sto...

I'd reccomend many places there, in no particular order, Artu, Limoncello, Mother Anna's (old school red sauce), Waterfront Cafe ...

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Mother Anna's
211 Hanover St, Boston, MA 02113

Apr 06, 2011
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Garlic n Lemons

"thick matte of wood shavings" ... hmmm ... Ash or Elm?

Mar 30, 2011
Bob MacAdoo in Greater Boston Area

Bacco's Wine & Cheese - Chow-worthy sammy

I just polished off the prosciutto and Taleggio cheese with basil pesto sammy. This is a winner too, though the basil pesto was a bit underwhleming for those who prefer a strong pop of basil flavor.

I was quite pleased by the quality of the prosciutto, which had a creamy texture and a slightly sweet aftertaste (the meat is advertised as domestic, but it seemed as good as the Danielle varieties I've had). The Tallegio cheese also burst through, salty, mild, and a bit of nut aftertaste.

They also had some of the take home meals on the counter top. They were $9.99, and seemed a bit small for the price. There was a lamb and salad dish, Moroccan-style, and a salmon cake atop slaw and greens.

Mar 25, 2011
Bob MacAdoo in Greater Boston Area