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  • Cavey's Hosts Late Harvest French Wine Dinner Nov. 28

    Cavey's Hosts Late Harvest French Wine Dinner Nov. 28
    Cavey's in Manchester hosts a French wine dinner Nov. 28 at 6:30 p.m., featuring late harvest wines from the portfolio of Kysela Pere et Fils, Ltd. The menu: Carpaccio of smoked sable fish, confit of citrus and pous-pied (Domaine Hugues de Beaulieu,...
  • Galician Dinner at Barcelona Wine Bar April 17

    Galician Dinner at Barcelona Wine Bar April 17
    Barcelona Wine Bar, 971 Farmington Avenue, West Hartford, presents a "Foods of Galicia" dinner April 17 at 7 p.m., featuring dishes from the region in the northwest corner of Spain. The menu: Caldo gallego: Kale and bean soup with cow's milk cheese...
  • 11 red wines to go with lamb -- for Easter or any other time

    11 red wines to go with lamb -- for Easter or any other time
    One of the revelatory taste experiences of my life was eating baby lamb grilled over vine cuttings at the wine estate Tinto Pesquera in Ribera del Duero, Spain. Owner Alejandro Pesquera waited until the fire had died down to embers to cook the lamb,...
  • Anastasia is a taste of Italy in Fells Point

    Anastasia is a taste of Italy in Fells Point
    Fells Point is known for a lot of things — cobblestone streets, fun bars, seafood — but Italian fare is not among them. Anastasia, the newest offering from Kali's Restaurant Group, could change that. The restaurant, which opened in January...
  • How to be mistaken for a restaurant critic

    How to be mistaken for a restaurant critic
    Jared Wentworth remembers the day that Jean-Luc Naret, director of the Michelin Guide, strolled into his restaurant — anonymously. "He didn't give his real name," says the chef of Longman & Eagle in Logan Square. "But we get a pretty local crowd,...
  • Alma's tasting menu, DIY tofu, Balaboosta pop-up

    Alma's tasting menu, DIY tofu, Balaboosta pop-up
    As of today, downtown's Alma restaurant (whose chef, Ari Taymor, recently received a Best New Chef nod from Food & Wine magazine) is offering a single nine-course tasting menu for $95 dollars, with optional beverage pairings for $55. "This is a decision...
  • Dining scene: From sizzling fajitas to gooey melts

    Dining scene: From sizzling fajitas to gooey melts
    Baja Cantina 201 NW First Ave., Boca Raton, 561-419-8118, BajaCantinaBoca.com Owner Hugh Shafritz feels nostalgic about re-opening this Mexican joint after Baja Café had closed for three months. "It had been an institution in Boca for twenty years....
  • Scott McKenzie & the Morning Mix recipe of the week: Roasted Ham Saltimbocca

    Scott McKenzie & the Morning Mix recipe of the week: Roasted Ham Saltimbocca
    The more the merrier in the Orlando Sentinel test kitchen! That’s why we have teamed with the fabulous folks at Orlando’s WOMX Mix 105.1 to offer the morning show’s Recipe of the Week. Today's recipe is Roasted Ham Saltimbocca. This...
  • Australian premier's resignation a sign of less, not more, corruption

    SYDNEY (Reuters) - There are few countries where it is considered a good thing when a powerful state premier resigns for misleading a corruption investigation. Australia, however, is apparently just such a place. Experts say that the resignation on...
  • Alex Ferguson's wines expected to score with buyers - Christie's

    LONDON (Reuters) - To take his mind off the pressure of "the beautiful game", retired Manchester United boss Alex Ferguson collected vintage wines that will be sold at auction starting in Hong Kong in May, Christie's said on Wednesday. The collection...
  • Lehigh Valley food events include Churchill dinner, Easter wine suggestions, knife skills class

    REMEMBERING CHURCHILL'S VISIT 1 Hotel Bethlehem is celebrating the visit of one of its most famous guests, Winston Churchill, on Tuesday. He visited the city in 1929 at the invitation of Charles Schwab, president of Bethlehem Steel, and toured the plant,...