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Some interesting news

I happened to be in the area of Skillet today at lunch and stopped by to grab a decadent burger.  As I walked up I noticed a familiar face waiting for his lunch, Gabriel
Claycamp of Culinary Communion.  He was accompanied by chef/instructor Katie Coleman. 
Gabriel always has something new cooking and he tells me that they received their restaurant license a couple days ago and the plan is to start offering lunches at Culinary Communion House on Beacon Hill.  The concept will be, paraphrasing Gabriel’s words, somewhere between Le Pichet and Salumi but leaning a little more French.  Having taken one of Culinary Communion’s charcuterie classes I think this is a very good thing!
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