There is a chill in the air, and fall is officially here! I really love this time of year, when the leaves are changing color and all you need a blazer or cape. I got my first taste of fall (literally) on Wednesday when I was lucky enough to be a guest at Rosa Mexicano’s Fall Harvest Dinner. Although the restaurant is new to Boston, I have had a long love affair with Rosa. It has been one of my favorite spots dating back to my early days in New York. The Lincoln Center location has been the destination of choice for me and two girlfriends for years. During J School we would complain about deadlines over their famous pomegranate margarita. Today, we rendezvous over their delicious guacamole to chat about boyfriends, weddings and full-fledged careers.
Wednesday night’s feast was celebrating Rosa Mexicano’s commitment to utilizing hyper-local ingredients for a yummy farm-to-table expereince. The four-course meal was out of this world; the kind that made me wish I owned more pairs of pants with elastic waistbands. The menu included guacamole with toasted hazelnuts and pomegranate seeds, oyster tartar, grilled lobster and scallop tacos, wild mushroom and chorizo salad, and two kinds of duck. Is your moth watering just reading this?
But I’m really not satisfied just with gobbling up this farm fresh fare, I want to go to the farm. Here is where you come in: are you a farmer? Do you know one? If you can answer yes to either of these questions please let me know: leave a comment, email me or tweet. Hook this girl up and you could have a supporting role in an upcoming adventure.
Thanks in advance!
Thanks to Rosa Mexicano as well as my dinner date Molly Galler for inviting me to this delicious dinner. I was not compensated in any way for this post.