Thursday, September 13, 2007

SEVERAL THINGS OF INTEREST

This sounds like a fun day of cooking for kids.. wish my granddaughter was in town, she'd love it. If you have kids who like to cook or who you think might like to learn this is a great chance.

Jr. Chef Central© presents
Kids Culinary Convention – Sacramento!
Saturday, October 20, 2007
8-5pm

Calling All Young People Who Like To Cook OR Eat!
Imagine…500 young people, ages 10-15, representing a mix of cultures, ethnicities and experiences, coming together to share their common interest in food & cooking! It’ll happen at the Kids Culinary Convention!

It’s a full day devoted to all things food with ‘Hand’s on’ cooking sessions!
• Pasta & Bread Making, Dessert Decorating, Grilling & Sushi Making
• All classes are taught by top chefs, culinary instructors and food industry professionals
• $45 per person includes all classes, breakfast, lunch, buffet reception and loads of other good stuff!
Advance registration is required. For more information, including a list of Chef’s, sponsors and the day’s schedule, visit www.karlaskitchentable.com, or call (916) 691-4323.

You all remember the old SheepHerders in on Folsom Blvd.. Bill Keliher and John Cook of Malabar have retrofitted the old place into a more chic version of it's old self.
It's Baaaaa-ccck The reinvented SheepHerders Inn is a combination of chic urbanite dining and log cabin couture.

From the Sacramento Epicureans:

Join us for a super fun and very worthwhile afternoon of food and drink sampling in the down- and midtown area of Sacramento for a Food Crawl. October 20. 1-5 pm. $25 per person. Will you come? Must be 21 or older!To RSVP click here:http://groups.yahoo.com/group/Sacramento-Epicureans/surveys?id=12641781To buy tickets online click here:www.brownpapertickets.com/event/18897Edible Crawl for a Cure is a gourmet food and pub crawl through more than twenty, primarily independent Downtown and Midtown microbreweries, wine bars, restaurants, and coffee houses. It is a "Fun-Raiser" for the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, a ravaging disease that shortens the lives of thousands. Our goal is to raise awareness of this genetic disease of the lungs and digestive system that currently has no cure, to focus on bringing research dollars to the Sacramento branch, and to enjoy an amazing walk across the Central City. For more information on this terrible disease click here: http://www.cff.org/Chapters/sacramento/Ale Captains (i.e. me) will lead crews of 10-30 people on a gourmet and pub jaunt. Each location will pair food and drink with entertainment sprinkled along The Grid, with greetings from the Sacred City Roller Derby Girls, and chalk art by Chalk It Up!. Some participating establishments include: Rubicon Brewing Co., Brew It Up!, Zocalo, 58 Degrees and Holding Co., Old Soul Co., L Wine Lounge and Urban Kitchen, Revolution Wines, Clarion Mansion Inn, and Crepe Café.

1 comment:

Melly said...

I wish my granddaughter was old enough!

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