MET Alum, Accomplished Restauranteur Shares Turkey Recipe

in Alumni News, MET News
November 20th, 2018

MET Alum, Accomplished Restauranteur Shares Turkey Recipe

For 18 years, Worcester’s Flying Rhino Café & Watering Hole has cooked up meals that are as unconventional as they are delicious. Its married co-owners met during their days as students at Boston University, where Paul Barber (MET’87) studied hospitality—even appearing on television with co-founder of the Master of Liberal Arts in Gastronomy and Certificate in the Culinary Arts programs, Julia Child—and Melina Barber (CFA’87) enjoyed the benefits of close proximity to her beau’s education. “I got a secondhand culinary degree from BU,” she told BU Today. “I learned everything Paul and his friends were learning.”

Just in time for Thanksgiving, the Barbers shared their recipe for the Flying Rhino’s Turkey Tetrazzini with BU Today. Find it here.