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Chef Ryan McCaskey, Jamaica Jamaica, Eve, and Farmerie 58

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Farmerie 58
As a boy in Alabama, Billy Alexander had a choice between picking potatoes on a farm or working in the family restaurant. “It gets stinky hanging out next to rotten potatoes in the heat all day,” he recalls. Not surprisingly, Alexander’s vocation wasn’t found in sorting spuds; now, on his contemporary American menu at Farmerie 58, he avenges those odiferous afternoons on the farm, slicing and frying the taters for truffle fries or roasting and smashing them for roasted garlic crushed potatoes. Guess revenge is a dish best served hot. 58 E. Ontario St.; 312-440-1818. –Justine Gregory

 

Photograph: Chris Lake

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