The Maine Sunday Telegram has reviewed Drifters Wife (4½ stars), and
Some of Jackson’s best dishes do make use of his new equipment, like a saffron-yellow, heritage-bred chicken, served with roasted parsnips and green garlic ($34). Cooked “al mattone” (under a brick), first in a smoking hot cast-iron pan on the stovetop, then crisped in the oven, the buttery half-chicken is golden-skinned, juicy and so terrifically addictive, it should come with a PSA.
The Golden Dish has reviewed Highroller Lobster Co., and
But the taste was flat, a mere simulacrum to the sweetness of fresh lobster.