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Northshore December 2018

Northshore magazine showcases the best that the North Shore of Boston, MA has to offer.

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110 around here," Lynch says. "ey are real. ey'll help you out if you need it, but are also kind of private, too, which I appreciate." In season, Lynch is often in a rush to hit e Market restaurant in Annisquam for dinner (when she's bored on vacation, she might even pull a shift in the kitchen). Year round, you might find her picking up provisions at Pastaio via Corta or Common Crow, where she finds everything from quail eggs to Irish moss and vitamins. Sometimes she stops into Turner's Seafood—"after 2 p.m., when the local fish comes in," she says. Aprons, which she has in good supply, tablecloths, and even the drapes at No. 9 Park come from Good Linens Studio, right on Main Street. "It's so nice to have [owner JoAnne Chirico] up here," Lynch says. "She's an amazing talent and sells stuff I need. Not just more vintage-y antiques." ese days, Gloucester seems like a comfortable escape for a chef at the top of her game, where she can light a fire in her fireplace, work a sculpture, or just roll out some priest stranglers. Clockwise from top left, roasted radicchio with pomegranate vinaigrette, baked tomatoes and cheese, and black olive "crackers"

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