Boston Kitchensurfing Chefs
THE KITCHENSURFING CHEFS:
About UberCHEF Boston
Style: Hearty home cooking with sassy modern flair. Bonus: Apprentice Trained Sushi Chef. Chef Jess Roy’s dishes are inspired by her travels abroad with international flavors.
Style: Comfort food with a modern twist. I love working with strong, fresh flavors. My favorite dishes are the ones that keep you feeling satisfied yet still wanting more. With a background in nutrition, I try to stay conscious of what I put in my food.
Style: Family dishes elevated without being fussy, showcasing freshness and quality.
Style: I am certainly passionate about the flavors of the Middle East that I grew up eating and cooking. I consider my cooking to be a celebration of simple fresh flavors, although my ingredients may be considered exotic.
Style: Chef Joe focuses on from scratch cooking just like he does on his show. He loves to make it like your grandmother would. When you eat Chef Joe’s food you will be transported to that region and taste authentic flavors.
Style: Why save entertaining and enjoying a great meal with friends and family for only special occasions? Enjoy a delicious meal by chef Courtney Raftery of Pearl Plates tonight!
Style: Elegant and refined cuisine. The key to an excellent dish is quality ingredients. This is why I only use locally grown or organic produce as well as prime meats and fresh seafood.
Style: Flavorful health-oriented meals, specializing in diet restrictions/allergies. I’ll do my best to develop a meal based on your tastes and preferences because that’s what hiring a private chef is all about!
Style: Rustic but stylistic French cuisine, professional with a whimsical artistic touch. By letting the ingredients be what they are, I use my skilled hands and work my magic to transform them only enough to show their inner beauty, and the peak of their flavor.
Style: I am a scientist by profession who loves to experiment in the kitchen. I missed eating Indian food from home, so I began cooking over the last few years to recreate the flavors, fill the void of homemade food.
Style: My cooking style stems from my travels. From the east coast, west coast, to Singapore, Thailand and various parts of Europe I have learned and applied different ingredients and techniques to create meals that all can relate to.
Style: Handmade, rustic, seasonal food, made from local ingredients whenever possible. I think that the best way to eat is to be as close to your ingredients as possible.
Style: My focus is bringing families back to the table, where they can enjoy fresh, locally and sustainably raised foods. I incorporate influences from North Africa, the Mediterranean, and Middle East into my cooking.
Style: Our cooking is heavily influenced by science, as we are working towards our Ph.D.’s for our day job. Our food is influenced by all areas of the world, and thus, is American by definition.
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