Food-focused celebrations can be daunting for those with dietary limitations. Whether you're gluten intolerant or cooking for someone who is—don't stress. During this class, all your gluten-free FAQs will be answered, like how to avoid cross-contamination, ways to reinvent traditional festive dishes to accomodate all of your guests, and how to communicate about your food needs with a
Impress your holiday houseguests with a chef-grade brunch. You'll leave this workshop knowing all the ins and outs of mid-morning entertaining, when guality and quantity maintain equal footing. Practice making the perfect mimosa, a rich mushroom and fontina frittata, and easy cream buiscuits. Sun 10 a.m.- 2 p.m.
Tuscan food is some of the heartiest fare of all Italian cuisine—perfect for Denver's nettlesome winter chills. Enhance your holiday season with these cozy, countryside recipes. Learn to prepare everything from warm mussel salad with olives and oranges to veal rollatini with artichokes and parmesan. Wed 6:30-9:30 p.m.
House-made preserves make personal—and yummy—gifts. Discover the art of canning with the help of Denver author Sundari Kraft, founder of the urban homesteading blog, EatWhereULive. Kraft will guide you through the process with inventive recipes such as pear and vanilla bean jam, carmelized onion confit, and spiced tomato jam. Sun 2-5 p.m.
'Tis the season to eat cookies. Learn tips on decorating treats wiht sparkling sugar and handy tricks for baking at elevation. You'll head home with five different recipes, including eggnog snickerdoodles, dark-chocolate candy-cane cookies, and white chocolate-dipped cranberry and pistachio biscotti. Sun 11 a.m.-2 p.m.
Dia de los Muertos celebrates the lives of those we have lost. On this iconic Latin holiday, be one of 40 people to dine, drink, and revel in some spooky fun at Linger. Proceeds benefit the Eric Care program, dedicated to assiting families during the loss of a child to terminal illness. Thu 6-10 p.m.
After you select your favorite handcrafted bowl (donated by local potters), fill it with soup from the ever-popular Snarf's. A collaboration between Boulder artists and buisness owners—this culinary event raises funds for the Boulder County AIDS Project. Enjoy music by Wallpaper House Band and spirits brewed by Boulder Distillery. Thu 6:30 p.m.
Chef Troy Guard of TAG Restaurant and acclaimed winemaker James Foley of California's Seamus Wines utilize fall's finest flavors during this five-course dining event. A lineup of rich, full-bodied wines accompany decadent cuisine, like maine lobster carpaccio and beef cheek sauberbraten. Tue 7 p.m.
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