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Jody Adams: Great Chefs of Boston Series

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Hidden : 2/20/2014
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You are looking a container along Mt. Auburn. Due to the extreme muggle factor of the area, please be very discrete in removing and replacing this cache. It is a little over a block away from where Jody Adams has her flagship restaurant.

Jody Adams

Jody Adams is a James Beard Award winning chef and the creative visionary behind two of Massachusetts’ most loved restaurants: the legendary Rialto and recently opened TRADE.

After graduating with a degree in Anthropology from Brown University, Adams worked at Seasons restaurant under Lydia Shire in 1983. In 1986, she became sous chef at Hamersley’s Bistro and then became Executive Chef of Michela’s where she was given the prestigious “Best New Chef” award by Food & Wine Magazine.

In 1994, Adams opened Rialto with partners, becoming sole owner in 2007 and focusing the menu on regional Italian cuisine.

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