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Marie-Claude Mendy: Great Chefs of Boston Series

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Hidden : 6/11/2012
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Sorry, but the cache is not at the listed coordinates but is within one mile. You are looking for a magnetic keycase near Marie-Claude Mendy's restaurant. BYOP

Marie-Claude Mendy

Marie-Claude Mendy is the executive chef/owner of Teranga, Boston’s first Senegalese restaurant, which opened in Boston’s South End the summer of 2009. Marie-Claude was born and raised in Dakar, Senegal. At Teranga, Chef Mendy has created an inviting space with a warm, relaxing atmosphere that embodies the meaning of the word “teranga”, the Wolof word for hospitality. Marie-Claude has also lived and worked in Paris, London and Washington, DC.

Marie-Claude recently appeared on and won the Food Network's hit television cooking show, Chopped. Marie-Claude and Teranga have been featured in The New York Times, The Boston Globe, The Boston Herald, The Improper Bostonian, and Boston Magazine. Marie-Claude was recently named one of Boston's "Most Stylish Bostonians" by The Boston Globe and "A Player" in Stuff magazine.

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