Dining Out

Four recipes from area chefs to savor

Chocolate truffles made by Chef Bruno Biagianti of French Memories in Duxbury.

Jessica Bartlett for The Boston Globe

Chocolate truffles made by Chef Bruno Biagianti of French Memories in Duxbury.

Between the shopping, wrapping, running around, baking, cooking, and cleaning, the holidays can be stressful. Yet here’s one less thing for your to-do list: finding the right recipe.

Four master chefs from around the south suburbs share their holiday secrets, bound to satisfy your guests — or yourself. Ranging in difficulty and cook time, there’s a recipe for every skill level, and a treat for every family.


So whether you’re making one entrée to bring to a New Year’s Eve gathering, creating a culinary masterpiece with all four dishes, or just saving one or two recipes to make on a chilly winter night when there’s not much else to do, these recipes could fill the bill.

At the very least, making one of these dishes could be your next New Year’s resolution.


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