Fall is underway, and that means the food events are picking up like mobile homes in a tornado. Excuse my sense of humor. :o) @windaddict and I will be in Denver covering the Great American Beer Fest over the next week, but here's some upcoming events to satisfy the glutton in you. I also have some tickets to give away, so make sure you read the entire post.
Wednesday, Sept 15th, 6:30 pm - Jeff Potter, author of Cooking For Geeks, is coming to Austin on a book tour. He is giving a talk on the science of cooking and will show some sous vide cooking equipment.
Event: Jeff Potter, author of Cooking For Geeks
Location: Whole Foods (525 North Lamar Boulevard, Austin, TX), Mezzanine
Date: Wednesday, September 15, 2010
Wednesday, Sept 15th, 7 pm - Maker's Mark Whiskey Dinner at Highball. Whiskey is delicious. In fact, it's so delicious, that aside from drinking it, sometimes we put it in food. There's going to be a lot of whiskey going around at this dinner, folks. The menu, four-courses of tasty whiskey-enhanced edibles, includes crab bisque served with White Dog, Texas Quail stuffed with a Maker's-infused duck liver mousse and served with underaged whiskey, beef tenderlion with a bourbon basted oyster mushroom duxelle, scalloped sweet potatoes and prosciutto bundled asparagus and served with a fully matured whiskey, and finally, an aniss scented creme brulee with salted shortbread, served with Maker's Mark 46. Tickets are $57 and include everything listed above. Purchase tickets here: http://www.thehighball.com/events/whiskey-dinner-7pm-55/
Saturday, Sept. 18th, 11am - 4 pm - Taste of North Austin invites you to sample good eats, enjoy live music, cooking demonstrations, children's events and fabulous shopping. Food samplings and children’s activities will require wristbands. Beer and wine will be available for purchase at select restaurant booths. A wristband of 10 tastes is available for purchase for $20 at Simon Guest Services at The Domain. Purchase you wristband before September 12th for $5 off. Location: The Domain, 11410 Century Oaks Terrace, Austin, TX. Contact for more information: Lauren Harris, Area Director of Marketing, 512.873.8099.
Sept. 17-20th - Whole Foods Turns 30! Join Whole Foods as they celebrate their 30th birthday. See here for list of events and activities.
It isn't a secret that Indian food has a special place in my heart. Here's an event I don't want to miss.
Saturday, Sept. 25, 5-9 pm - Taste of India invites you to enjoy Indian Cuisine, entertainment from 6-7:30pm, henna art, and name writing. Proceeds from this event will benefit orphanages in India and locally to Austin Mobile Loaves & Fishes. $3 for admission to this event that is sure to stimulate your taste buds. Location: St. Williams Catholic Church in Round Rock. More information here: http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=146498762038181&ref=mf
I also have 15 pairs of tickets to give away to this event. To win a pair: Tweet "@misohungry I want to go to Taste of India! Benefits @MLFNOW!"
Wednesday, Sept. 30th - 6:00 pm - Chef Showdown at the Southwest Bistro at the Hyatt. I've judged several Chef Showdowns, and these are events that will leave you wondering how you managed to eat stuff so much in your face. Here's the details!
WHO: Go Texan restaurant chefs representing the Driskill Grill, Roaring Fork, and Southwest Bistro
WHAT: The Hyatt Regency Austin hosts the third Go Texan Chef Showdown, a multi-course gourmet chef competition featuring local ingredients. Event is part of the Go Texan Restaurant Round-up.
WHEN: Thursday, September 30, 2010. Cocktail hour begins at 6 p.m.; Chef Showdown at 7 p.m.
WHERE: The Hyatt Regency Austin Southwest Bistro | 208 Barton Springs Rd., Austin, TX 78704.
TICKETS: $49 plus tax and gratuity. Includes wine pairings. Limited seating. Event reservations are available via opentable.com or by calling 512.480.2035
Mondays Starting Sept. 13th - Hotel San Jose announced today the return of steak night, a monthly prix fixe menu prepared by Chef Larry Mcguire of Perla’s and Lambert’s with reservations at 6:30 pm, 7 pm, 8:30 pm, or 9 pm. The meals range from McAllen Ranch NY Strip ($40) with seared mushroom and shallot relish, Niman Ranch Natural Rib Eye ($40) with fennel salsa verde, Certified Angus Beef Filet ($45) with Hollandaise and fresh horseradish, or Ahi Tuna Steak ($40) with smoked paprika chimichurri. Served with salad, grilled asparagus, steak house potatoes and crispy shallots, diners are in for a real treat. Dessert includes Mexia Pear and blackberry cobbler served with vanilla ice cream. Wine options for the evening include ($9/glass or $34/bottle) Fontsainte Corbieres Rouge from France 2008 vintage or Hugl Weine Gruner Veltliner from Australia 2008 vintage. If you're craving a steak, the prix fix menu is sure to satisfy your tummy. Hotel San Jose is located 1316 South Congress Avenue Austin, TX 78704. Reservations are limited, for more information or reserve your table call 512-852-2350.
Thursday, Oct. 7th- 6:30 - pm - Tour De Vin at Whole Foods Downtown. I have 3 words. This event rocks. This is where I first had StEats last year, and it was absolutely amazing. Trying food for the first time that tasted like comfort food is kind of mind blowing in that dejavu-Inceptions-meets-Matrix kind of way. If you like food and wine with from other cultures, you'll love this event.
Craft Beer, Fine Wine, Artisan Spirits, and Mouthgasmic Food.
Saturday, September 11, 2010
Fall Events to leave you stuffed and tipsy
Posted by PookieSoup at 8:39 AM
Labels: chef showdown, Cooking for Geeks, Highball, hotel san jose, maker's mark, Taste of India, tour de vin, whole foods
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