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THIS WEEKEND IN FOOD – March 31st – April 1st, 2012

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Posted March 31, 2012 by foodiesandfatties in Blog

THIS WEEKEND IN FOOD

March 30th – April 1st 2012

Atlanta

      SATURDAY

What: Rosebud’s Ron Eyester challenges fellow chefs Todd Richards (The Ritz-Carlton Buckhead), Matt Coggin (DBA Barbecue), Asha Gomez (Cardamom Hill), and others to the city’s first fry-off; you get to taste.
Where: 1397 N. Highland Ave., Morningside (404-347-9747). Tickets ($35, includes tastings and two drinks) online at:

 www.brownpapertickets.com

Chicago

SATURDAY

Catch a demonstration from Spiaggia chef (and Top Chef runner-up) Sarah Grueneberg at this Saturday’s Green City Market.

Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum, 2430 N. Cannon Dr.; greencitymarket.org

Los Angeles

SATURDAY

From Kimchi to Cole Slaw
At this year’s Good Food Day L.A., Mayor Villaraigosa and his Food Policy Task Force are holding a cooking competition focused on cabbage, a vegetable that’s central to many of L.A.’s ethnic cuisines. A panel of judges, including food critic Jonathan Gold, will single out the best fermented, best fresh, and best cooked cabbage-based dishes.

Metabolic Studio, 1745 N. Spring St., Downtown; goodfoodla.org

Miami

NEW RESTAURANT

Coolinary Café

4650 Donald Ross Road, Suite 110
Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33418

New York

SATURDAY

BOOK SIGNING

Joy Wilson, author of Joy the Baker is hosting a book signing at THE BROOKLYN KITCHEN

100 Frost St. (between Leonard St. and Manhattan Ave.), Brooklyn; 718-389-2982 or thebrooklynkitchen.com

Washington, DC

SATURDAY

Top Skills
Study up on Asian fusion with Top Chef winner Paul Qui. The newly crowned reality star will partner with fellow contestant Edward Lee to demonstrate recipes, discuss wine pairings and answer a few questions ($75; call 202-629-4355 to reserve). The dishes include fried-squid-and-bacon salad with ginger-apple zest, and crispy basil duck. Asia Nine, 915 E St. NW (at 9th St.); 202-629-4348 or asianine.com

Dinner With Giada
Television personality and author Giada DeLaurentiis drops by Sixth & I Historic Synagogue to share ideas for easy suppers in under 30 minutes ($35 for entry and one book). The bubbly star will also sign copies of her new book, Weeknights With Giada: Quick and Simple Recipes to Revamp Dinner. Sixth & I Historic Synagogue, 600 I St. NW (at 6th St.); 202-408-3100 or sixthandi.org


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