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Tim Cushman: Great Chefs of Boston Series

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Hidden : 01/08/2012
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Tim Cushman

Tim Cushman is a Boston native, earned his Bachelor’s Degree in Jazz & Classical Guitar from Berklee School of Music and then moved to California in 1980 to pursue the music business. Cushman took a job in a restaurant, as many aspiring musicians do. That was the start of what would become a culinary adventure around the world.

He has spent the last 28 years cooking around the world in Japan, France, Thailand, Italy, England, Germany, Hong Kong, Mexico and Taiwan. In that time, he also served for seven years as a Corporate Chef with Lettuce Entertain You in Chicago, where he developed menus for the group’s new concepts. In 1994, Cushman launched his own consulting business, Ideas in Taste, and developed menus for a variety of restaurateurs, from independents to large operators.

In 2007 Chef Cushman opened o ya restaurant, an award-winning, contemporary Japanese restaurant. The following year, the New York Times named it as the #1 new restaurant in the United States while Cushman was picked as a Best New Chef by Food & Wine magazine. Food & Wine also selected o ya as one of the top 10 new restaurants in the world. In 2009, Boston Magazine named o ya as the #1 restaurant in Boston.

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