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Jamie Bissonnette and Chris Cosentino Devour Boston

Photo: Breville

A new video depicts the offal-centric bromance between local chef Jamie Bissonnette of Coppa and Toro and visiting chef Chris Cosentino of Incanto in San Francisco as they eat, drink, hug, high-five and hurt each other at some of the city's hottest dining venues. The video, put out by appliance maker Breville, follows the tattooed, chunky glasses-clad chefs as they visit jm Curley in Downtown Crossing for smoked beef heart crostini and porchetta Cuban sandwiches - "That place was killer" - and Barbara Lynch's The Butcher Shop in the South End for hot dog de la maison - "She's on it hard core."

At Toro they go for porros de cava, corazon (heart), mollejas (sweetbreads), cod tripe, navajas a la plancha (razor clams) and tuna conserva, and at Island Creek Oyster Bar its the shellfish platter and, of course, Fernet Branca - "This is owned by an oyster farmer - how cool is that?" Clearly the two deeply respect and influence one another, but when Cosentino says "Jamie's going to push me to push myself" he probably doesn't mean it literally: shortly after, he gets whacked in the balls, which, for the record, count as offal. "Touchdown!" proclaims a triumphant Bissonnette.

· Breville: food for thought [YouTube via GS]
· All coverage of Jamie Bissonnette on Eater [~EBOS~]

jm Curley

21 Temple Place, , MA 02111 (617) 338-5333 Visit Website

Coppa

253 Shawmut Avenue, Boston, MA 02118 617 391 0902 Visit Website

Toro

1704 Washington Street, Boston, Massachusetts 02118 617.536.4300 Visit Website

Island Creek Oyster Bar

500 Commonwealth Avenue, , MA 02215 (617) 532-5300 Visit Website

The Butcher Shop (Boston)

552 Tremont St., Boston, MA 02118 (617) 423-4800 Visit Website

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