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Andy Husbands named visiting chef at Logan Airport

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Andy Husbands, chef/owner of the South End restaurant Tremont 647 and former contestant on the Fox show “Hell’s Kitchen,” is the latest local visiting chef to be featured at Dine Boston at Logan International Airport.

Dine Boston, located pre-security in Terminal E, will feature Husbands’ creations for three months. His menu, which becomes available December 5, includes fried Brussels sprouts; hanger steak with Swiss chard, wild mushrooms, and fontina-stuffed tater tots; and goat cheese cheesecake.

Previous Dine Boston visiting chefs include Chris Douglass of Ashmont Grill and the former Icarus; Jose Duarte of Taranta, and Rachel Klein, formerly of Aura and now at Asana in the Mandarin Oriental Boston.

Katie Johnston can be reached at kjohnston@globe.com. Follow her on Twitter @ktkjohnston.
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