Just Add Cooking Adds Jeremy Sewall Recipes Next Month
Are you the type of gourmand who would go out to dinner every night, if money and hidden calories were no objects? Or, are you perhaps the type who does eat every meal from a restaurant’s kitchen, wallet and waistline be damned?
Boston’s local meal delivery service, Just Add Cooking, is coming to help you bring a little more cooking into your own home, without sacrificing the expertise of one of Boston’s most industrious chefs. Chef Jeremy Sewall, cookbook author, restaurateur, and executive chef of Lineage, Island Creek Oyster Bar, and Row 34 (and a forthcoming concept in Harvard Square), is partnering with the company next month to provide three original recipes for its users next month.
The Sewall collaboration is the latest from Just Add Cooking, which has featured recipes by Jason Bond of Bondir, Joshua Smith of Moody’s Delicatessen and New England Charcuterie, and others in its three-plus-year existence.
Sewall’s dishes include bacon-wrapped monkfish; roasted cauliflower soup; and grilled mackerel with lemon. Like the recipes the chef features at his restaurants—and the meals Just Add Cooking provides—many of the ingredients are sourced from New England farmers and vendors.
Sewall, a 20-plus year veteran in the kitchen, is known for his dedication to New England seafood, and using fresh ingredients in general. In 2014, he released a cookbook, The New England Kitchen: Fresh Takes on Seasonal Ingredients. His three Just Add Cooking contributions are inspired by the tome.
The chef’s recipes will be available to order starting April 17, as part that week’s Just Add Cooking box (orders must be placed by April 20). For first-time JAC users, a week of meals (3-5) for two people begins at $39.