How do you retain and show what the holidays mean to you and your family while still making it about everyone else – even if you work with your family? We checked in with some of our favorite families immersed within the Worcester food scene.
Nestled in the historic Manchaug Mills in Sutton, MA Brad Allain’s has created a controlled lab where mushrooms are cultivated for restaurants and kitchens around the region throughWildwood Mushrooms.
For June, the Worcester Foodies take to simjang, the Korean-American restaurant situated on Shrewsbury Street on Worcester, MA.
At simjang on Shrewsbury Street in Worcester, MA, the raw bar is exciting and enticing – a heady mixture of love, passion, and taste with an exotic variety of oysters calling out with their disparate flavors the way no other spot in the region does.
The dead horse hill team pays invisible and tireless attention to detail in the front of the house as they prepare for a busy Saturday night shift to make sophisticated dining feel effortless for their customers. Technology has taken on a crucial role for improving guest services.
This week, deadhorse hill’s little sister, simjang, finally made her debut under the watchful eyes of chef de cuisine Mike Wenc.
Simjang announced its opening team this afternoon including Mike Wenc, chef de cuisine, and Ellen Benson, general manager. A menu preview will take place on January 30th, hosted by sister restaurant deadhorse hill.
Another familiar face just joined deadhorse hill’s impressive culinary team and Executive Chef Jared Forman feels certain that his job is about to get more difficult. “Taking people on never makes our lives easier, it advances our agenda for better food and a better menu,” Forman explains.