Food and beer have come together in a fascinating way in Turlock, California. SupHerb Farms hosted chefs from the San Francisco chapter of the American Culinary Federation (ACF) at Dust Bowl Brewing for a day of food and beer pairings, plus behind-the-scenes tours of each manufacturing facility.
Catersource, a premier educational resource and expansive network for the catering and events industry, returns to Las Vegas in February 2018 for its 26th annual conference and tradeshow and announces Erik Wahl, best-selling author, artist and TED speaker, as the keynote presenter.
After a smashing, sold-out success in March at the inaugural Top Taco Festival Presented by Paddlewheeler Creole Queen, the festive taco and tequila extravaganza will return to New Orleans on Thursday, March 15, 2018 in a bigger, better space at Woldenberg Park.
Bravo Media’s “Top Chef” embarks on a culinary adventure through the state of Colorado for season 15, kicking off with three weeks of supersized premieres beginning December 7. The Emmy and James Beard Award-winning series will follow 15 diverse chefs from across the country as they battle it out for the coveted title amid the breathtaking landscapes and thriving culinary scenes in Denver, Boulder, Telluride, and Aspen.
Mattie Beason, cider expert and owner of Black Twig Cider House, will host TxotxFest November 18, from noon to 4 p.m. TxotxFest returns for a second year, offering award-winning regional and national ciders with North Carolina cuisine, and features the txotx—a traditional Spanish cider barrel recently featured in Food & Wine Magazine in praise of Beason’s cider experience at Black Twig Cider House: “The Txotx Is The Most Fun You Can Have Pouring A Drink.
Zuma New York, a modern Japanese restaurant, puts Midtown Manhattan on the Friday night party map this fall with the new, reservation-only “Yashoku” party series. Named after the Japanese word for “midnight snack,” Yashoku Friday nights debut October 20, offering New Yorkers a refreshing mix of late-night revelry and modern Japanese cuisine.
The world-renowned Mediterranean-inspired seafood restaurant, Estiatorio Milos, founded by chef/owner Costas Spiliadis, is the 2017 winner of The Concierge Choice Awards’ International Cuisine category.
Lawry’s The Prime Rib, in Chicago, and sister restaurant SideDoor announced J. Lohr Vineyards & Wines as the October partner in SideDoors’ monthly dinner series. On October 25 at 7 p.m., foodies and wine aficionados can enjoy pours of four various J.
The Sixth Annual Southeastern United Grape and Wine Symposium hosted by Surry Community College on November 8 at the Shelton-Badgett North Carolina Center for Viticulture and Enology on the college’s Dobson campus will include a bevy of leaders within the grape growing, winemaking, and wine marketing industries.
Restaurateurs and foodservice distributors were recognized by the Certified Angus Beef brand for their leadership in product quality and marketing at the group’s annual conference in Nashville on Sept.
One month after Hurricane Irma landed in the Florida Keys, Paul Menta, executive chef of Key West’s acclaimed The Stoned Crab restaurant and co-founder of Three Hands Fish sustainable seafood market, will team up with fellow Key West chefs such as Martin Liz of Lost Kitchen Supper Club to headline the “Chefs 4 Neighbors” fundraiser dinner on October 11 at The National Hotel in Miami.
B.R. Cohn Winery—one of America’s premier producers of premium wine and extra virgin olive oil—announces the 2nd annual Sonoma Extra Virgin Festival (All Things Olive) will be held at the property on November 4 and 5.
Time to kick into high gear and start seriously planning for the holidays. To some extent, tradition always resonates, but creative add-ons can introduce new sparkle. Restaurants from the Big Apple to Iowa to Florida share what they’re doing beyond the usual turkey dinner and hot, cinnamony cocktails.
Cameron Mitchell Restaurants recently recognized nine managers and two restaurants for their outstanding performance in 2017. The awards were presented at the company’s annual Leadership Conference, which was held earlier this month in Columbus, Ohio.
Fontanafredda, one of Italy’s most prominent and historic Barolo producers, is pleased to announce the launch of the second annual Barolo Week in October 2017 after a highly successful first edition in 2016.