Kitchensurfing Boston

While brunching at Towne, Jess from Gluten Free Boston Girl mentioned she had had the chance to try Kitchensurfing. Intrigued by the name and concept in general, I asked what it was. Low and behold, what I heard was music to my ears.

So here’s how it works:

1) The idea is you need a chef for something, anything.

2) Tell Kitchensurfing what you’re looking for : how many guests & your budget.

3) Search for chefs.

4) Customize your menu.

5) Book your chef. They come to YOU.

I have been craving a lot of Latin American food as the restaurant options are limited here. I was able to work with Andrea Morales who was an absolute sweetheart. Of Puerto Rican descent, I knew we’d get along just great. My roommate from BC that I care about dearly is from PR. More than that, I loved the food she’d introduce me to.

Our menu for the night:

Avocado Salad [avocados, tomatoes & red onions in a fresh cilantro vinaigrette]:

Pernil con Mojo [slow cooked pork shoulder, marinated overnight in a traditional mixture of fresh citrus, garlic, and spices] over Black Bean & Achiote Rice  [black beans, slow cooked with garlic, onions, and chiles, served over achiote-scented rice]:

Tres Leches Cake:

Seriously, I’m obsessed. So what’s stopping you from trying it out? Nothing. Kitchensurfing is available in Berlin, Boston, Chicago, Hamptons, LA, and NYC. I’d recommend it for a cute date night, family dinner party, or to test out your culinary skills with a cooking lesson! Find out more here.

Note:  I was provided a complimentary meal by Kitchensurfing; all opinions are my own.

  • gfbostongirl

    Looks delicious!! I am so glad you had such a great experience!!

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