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Baconopolis! Friday, April 24th 6-8pm

Join us in the Palace Ballroom for bacon's biggest social event ever- Baconopolis! Who doesn't love bacon? Even some vegetarians indulge in the occasional bacon treat because you just can't beat the smoky deliciousness of bacon! By attending Baconopolis!, you'll get the opportunity to taste 5 bacons from different producers side by side, and sample creative bacon dishes such as braised bacon "pork and beans", classic bacon carbonara, and butterscotch bacon bits. Don't miss this senational bacon event.

 

Tickets are $20 plus tax and gratuitity and must be purchased in advance. Tickets include one drink ticket for wine or beer, and a cash bar will be available.

 

To purchase tickets contact Christy at (206)448.2001 or via email at christinal@tomdouglas.com

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Seattle Shake May 1-22: 2 cocktails, 1 appetizer = $15. Faves like Ibiza, May, Palace Kitchen, and Il Bistro are participating. Most places have a choice of 3 or 4 cocktails, and a similar amount of a

Join me Monday evening April 27th at 6:30 p.m. at Bricco Wine Bar on Upper Queen Anne at 1520 Queen Anne Avenue. We will taste some amazing Washington wines, along with Bricco's delicious fare. The menu will include cheeses, cured meats from Seattle's famed Salumi, and various, plentiful fun tapas (polpettini, arancini, prosciutto-wrapped dates and more).

 

Here are the wines:

 

- A vertical of Delille D2 from 2001 to 2005

• 2001 (90 points Parker)

• 2002 (92 points Parker)

• 2003 (90 points Parker)

• 2004 (91 points Parker)

• 2005 (90 points Parker)

- Matthews 2003 Reserve Cabernet Franc Connor Lee Vyd (96 points Parker)

- Andrew Will 2002 Ciel de Cheval Red (94 points Parker)

- Rare Magnum of Delille 2005 Triple Threat

- Cayuse 2004 Syrah Cailloux Vyd (93 points Parker)

- A surprise!

 

Cost is $85 per person including food, wine, tax and gratuity. This event is limited to 20 people.

 

For reservations, please click on this Paypal link: reservations

 

Please email me if you have any questions or check out arniemillan.com.

 

Coming soon - September trip to Piedmont!

 

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Would it be out of line to ask...

 

"Has bacon jumped the shark?"

Bacon wrapped shark? ;->

 

And on a non bacon topic: per MyBallard.com

Kathy Casey is reportedly leaving her prime Old Ballard location for a smaller space across the Ship Canal
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From email from Boat Street Cafe

 

Lamb and Rose Dinner

 

This time of year, without fail, as spring peeks through the raindrops the cooks at Boat Street get a strong desire to roast lamb and drink rose. Indulge us, and join for dinner on Sunday, June 7th.

 

We'll be roasting delicious lamb, grilling spring vegetables, and featuring Juniper Grove Farm's goat's cheese. This “Spring Fete” will be perfectly paired with the new 2008 bright pink roses and other favorite wines.

Sunday, June 7th

Six o'clock sharp

$75.00

Food and wine is included; tax, gratuity and other beverages are extra. Space is limited. Please call the cafe for a reservation at 206.632.4602

 

Can't make it? Please come visit us during our normal business hours. Also, don't forget about our new happy hour that features oysters, muscadet and other delicious foods available Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 5-7pm.

 

Happy Spring!

Renee

 

Rocky

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I can't remember where all the rosé talk was going on, but here's some more for you...

 

Please join us Friday June 12th, in Campagne's Courtyard, for our annual celebration of all wines Pink.

 

Drink Pink 2009 4:00 - 7:00, no reservations necessary. $15 entrance fee includes your first glass of Rose, hors d'oeuvre a la Provence and live music by the Djangomatics.

 

Join Directeur du vin Cyril Frechier in a free-wheeling tasting of Roses from the south of France north to Burgundy. After your first glass, half-glass samples are available for purchase from $3.

 

Chef Daisley Gordon's complimentary hors d'oeuvre menu includes: Pissaladiere (onion, anchovy and olive tart), Tomate et chevre, tempura fennel fritters, Pate de Campagne, Socca (Provencal chickpea pancake) and our house-made chicken mushroom sausage.

 

For more information, please call 206-728-2800

 

Campagne is located at:

 

86 Pine Street

Seattle, WA 98101

Phone: 206.728.2800

Fax: 206.443.3804

 

For more information (dress code, parking, map, etc.) or to make reservations at

Campagne:

http://www.opentable.com/restaurant_profil...mp;restref=3856

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Greetings from Bella Cosa,

 

Saturday June 20 Bella Cosa will be offering a 4 course dinner menu from 6pm to 9pm. We will feature items that are local and seasonal to our great region.

 

Menu

 

First Course:

Spinach and green garlic raviolis, fresh peas, sage from our garden, hazelnut cream

Cairanne, Cotes Du Rhone 2005

 

Second Course":

Wooden Hoof Bresaola salad of market watercress, parmesan shavings, extra-virgin olive oil

 

Entrée:

Third Course:

Roasted Carlton Farms Pork Tenderloin, local pluots, crispy guanciale, mustard greens

Ijalba, Rioja 2005

 

Dessert:

Strawberries and blue cheese with purple basil panna cotta

 

$30

w/ wine pairing $35

 

Our passion is food and we love showcasing the abundance of beautiful ingredients in the Pacific Northwest. We are excited for the opportunity to share our enthusiasm

with the community. Hope to see you there!

 

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From Arnie Milan

 

Please join me Sunday, July 19, at 6:00 p.m. at Rover's for an unforgettable exploration of Pinot Noir married to the renowned cuisine of Rover's James Beard Award-winning chef/owner Thierry Rautureau.

 

Pinot Noir is one of the greatest and most noble red grapes and we will enjoy outstanding wines from some of the greatest producers in Burgundy, California and Oregon.

 

The 6 course, 10 wine and menu pairs are below. The cost is $199 per person, which includes tax and gratuity.

 

To reserve your place, please click on the following PayPal link: Dinner Reservations

 

Wines & Menu

July 19, 2009

 

Rosé Saignée Champagne or Blanc de Noirs Champagne

Cured Salmon en Gelée with Haricot Vert and Caper Berry

 

Alain Burguet, Gevrey-Chambertin " Mes Favorites" 2005

Alain Burguet, Chambolle-Musigny " Les Chardannes" 2005

Pig Trotter Salad with Red Onion and Arugula

 

Shea Cellars, Shea Vineyard "Homer,", Willamette Valley 2002

Ken Wright, Guadalupe Vineyard, Willamette Valley 2002

Smoked Guinea Fowl Soup with Morel, Bacon and Leeks

 

Rochioli, Russian River 2005

Sea Smoke Southing Santa Rita Hills 2005

Baked Halibut, Peas, Beets and Truffle Butter

 

Robert Chevillon Nuits-Saint-Georges 1er Cru Les Perrières 2003

Vincent Girardin Chambolle-Musigny Vielles Vignes 2003

Rabbit, Chanterelle, Goat Cheese with Sage Sauce

 

Chateau d'Arlay Pinot Noir Macvin nv

Strawberry Soup with Spice Infused Red Wine and Créme Fraîche

 

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Carmelita is remodeling and adding a bar, and they were giving away one of those awful chairs for free out front. Hopefully they'll get rid of all the chairs and generally spruce up the place.

 

And when they are done adding the bar a little birdie told me they are working on adding seafood to the menu.

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Did the birdie tell you about any other changes? New chef?

 

This is just up the hill from my house and I want to like it more than I do. I'm fine with a veggie menu, but it seems like everything could be a little better than it is. The decor and stupid 1980s Moosewood Cafe chairs didn't help either.

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Just received an email from McCrea about a Farestart benefit next Wednesday featuring some good local chefs and the Rhone Rangers.

 

Wednesday, July 15: Rhone Rangers Ride into Seattle: "Guest Chefs on the Waterfront" - Pier 66 benefitting Farestart - $70 general admission - tickets must be purchased in advance - no day-of sales 70 chefs, wineries, breweries - 6:00 - 9:00 pm
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