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Now you can cook just like Ana Sortun

Posted by Sheryl Julian  January 24, 2012 04:28 PM

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Cambridge restaurateur Ana Sortun has gone into the food business, packaging grains and seasonings called Chef Set, to which you add protein and fresh vegetables. In this dish (the beautiful photos from the Chef Set site were shot by local photographer Susie Cusher), you see quinoa with pistachios and za'atar, topped with salmon. The middle panel shows you what comes in the package. On the right is what you add.

Ana will be at the Be Healthy Boston Health and Wellness Expo on Saturday at the Westin Waterfront doing a cooking demonstration and introducing her products. You'll read more about it in the Food section as soon as Chef Set arrives in stores.

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