An acclaimed chef puts his spin on feel-good food.
MEET THE CHEF
Chef Seamus Mullen
For Chef Seamus Mullen, eating well wasn’t just a job—it literally saved his life. By focusing on wholesome ingredients, he made an improbable recovery after a health crisis. Now, he’s proving wildly delicious food can also be nutritious.
Burrata, Tomato, & Melon Salad
Creamy, silky burrata meets its match in honeydew and cantaloupe, heirloom tomato, watermelon radish, cucumber, romaine lettuce, and tangy citrus vinaigrette.
Zoodles as only a brilliant chef could make them: spiralized zucchini tossed with a garlicky, lemon-y Lacinato kale and toasted almond pesto, Parmigiano Reggiano, and basil.
Braised chicken, spinach, and Oaxaca cheese wrapped in cassava-flour tortillas, topped with roasted tomatillo-pumpkin seed salsa verde, labneh, and Cotija cheese.
Roasted Black Bass
Roasted filet of black bass is brushed with turmeric-lemon oil, and served atop roasted asparagus, sugar snap peas, shiitake mushrooms, and dill-garlic labneh.
10 oz filet mignon with shiitake mushroom duxelles and served with a salad of arugula, baby kale, radish, pickled onion, and cider-honey vinaigrette.