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Menu: Guchi's Midnight Ramen and jm Curley chefs throw massive junk-food fest

Posted by Kara Baskin  March 21, 2014 11:00 AM

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Here's your chance to hoover Fritos, Salisbury steak, and filet-o-fish as imagined by actual, talented chefs. Kitchensurfing hosts chefs Samuel Monsour and Mark O'Leary for a seven-course Future of Junk food feast, the first in a series of Kitchensurfing pop-ups. They'll fashion naughty food sans preservatives, additives, and other bad-for-you things in the hopes of challenging food manufacturers to implement locally sourced, sustainable ingredients into their snacky fare. All you have to do is indulge! (And yes, cocktail pairings are included. If you've ever wondered what goes well with chicken liver Snickers, now you can find out!)

O'Leary is one of the founders of cult hit Guchi's Midnight Ramen; he's also toiled at the very posh O Ya and at jm Curley. Monsour is the former executive chef at jm Curley.

The $125 meal transpires on March 28 at the Revere Hotel's Ruby Lounge; snag tickets for 6 p.m. or 9 p.m. seatings at EventBrite. Menu ahead.


Zac Wolf

Future of Junk Food Menu:

Duck, Brussels Sprouts, Blue Cheese

Foie Gras, Pear, Campari

Chicken Liver, Viet Caramel, Peanuts

3 Piece Nugget
Pork, Bulldog, Kimchi

Peekytoe Crab, Uni, Squid Ink

Salisbury Steak TV Dinner
Short Rib, Celery Root, Black Truffle

Rocket Pop
Fennel, Grapefruit, Blood Orange

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