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May 2006

Food and Wine Events

Food and wine events for the week of Friday May 5th through Thursday May 11th.

Sat May 6th
Silver Spring FRESHFARM Market
Chef Janis McLean (redDog Cafe) will be preparing a recipe using local, seasonal ingredients
Ellsworth Drive between Fenton and Cedar Streets
11:00am
FREE!
(details)

H Street FRESHFARM Market
Chef Stephane Lezla (Montmarte) will be preparing a recipe using local, seasonal ingredients
600 block of H St. NE (parking lot between 609 and 625 H Street NE)
11:00am
FREE!
(details)

TasteDC.com
Introduction to Tapas Cooking Class at Las Tapas
Las Tapas Restaurant
Alexandria, VA
$55
12 PM to 2:30 PM
(details)

Sun May 7
ChowDC.org
The New American Cooking: Innovators and Innovations in the Last Forty Years
Bethesda/Chevy Chase Regional Services Center
Meeting Room A
2:30 PM to 4:30 PM
FREE!
(details)

ProsInTheCity.com
COOKING CLASS: MEAT AND MISCELLANY 
Alexandria, VA
3PM to 6PM
$50
(details)

Mon May 8
Vermillion Restaurant
Spring Fling Wine Dinner
1120 King Street, Alexandria, VA
6:30 PM
$85
(details)

Tues May 9th
Cafe Saint Ex
5-Course Isabel Vineyards Wine Dinner featuring local foods
7 PM
$55 (inclusive of tax and gratuity)
Call (202) 265-7839 for details and reservations

Wed May 10th
Café Atlantico
5-Course Ken Forrester Vineyards Wine Dinner
805 8th Street,NW
7 PM
$95 (all inclusive)
Call 202-393-0812 for details and reservations

ProsInTheCity.com
Cooking Class: Cooking for One
Alexandria, VA
7 PM to 10 PM
$50
(details)

TasteDC.com
1st Annual Greek Wine and Food Festival at Tabaq Bistro
Tabaq Bistro
1336 U St., NW
6:30 PM to 9:00 PM
$68
(details)

Thur May 11th
French Wine Society
French Wine Thursdays: Burgundy at Citronelle
Michele Richard citronelle
6 PM to 7:30 PM
$100
(details)

TasteDC.com
For Chocolate Lovers Only: Artisan Confections
TasteDC.com Headquarters
3018 Arizona Ave., NW
7:00 PM to 9:30 PM
$65
(details)

To have your event listed here, send the details to jason@dcfoodies.com.


Life is good when you add a little kick

I ate of the hottest things I've had in long time last night. I ordered some delivery from Heritage India, and in an effort to change things up a bit from the usual saag gosht or murg makhani, I ordered the lamb vindaloo.

Holy Shit that was hot!

(I still finished it though.)

The lamb was fork tender, which I was very happy about -- the lamb I've been getting around here lately hasn't been the most tender and has more of an overcooked beef texture than lamb.