By: Jessica Cickay
Share our Strength’s Taste of the Nation was a true test of my willpower. It was hard, but I mustered up the strength to sample and sip the bites and brews of nearly 70 restaurants and 30 breweries and wine purveyors in an effort to help end childhood hunger across the country. It may seem odd to eat yourself silly at the event given its charitable intentions, but Taste of the Nation is one of the best and biggest in Boston, expertly showcasing some of the city’s tastiest culinary artists and raising funds for a great cause.
|Beef and Pork Meatball|
|Shrimp and Couscous|
|Chocolate Pudding Pies|
I left Taste of the Nation full, but full in many different ways. Full of the delicious creations of Boston’s best chefs, full of amazement for just how well the event was run and full of admiration for the great lengths people really do go to for a great cause.