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Tuesday
Oct262010

Reheated: Bobby Flay, Halloween & Pumpkin Hoarding

 

 

In Connecticut...

Are you ready for a throwdown!? Bobby Flay will be appearing this Saturday at Stew Leonards at 11 am. Info CTbites.com.

Colman Andrews, Greenwich resident, acclaimed cookbook author and co-founder and former editor-in-chief of Saveur, will be speaking on Oct. 28 at 7 pm at Greenwich Library. Info: GreenwichLibrary.org.

Red Lulu is hosting a Halloween masqerade ball featuring Tito and the Tarantula, best-known for lending their music to Quentin Tarantino & Robert Rodriguez movies, this Saturday, October 30. Tickets are $25 per person. Buy tickets.

Mark your calendars! CTbites is participating in "Visions of Gingerbread: The Sweetest Architects" exhibit at the Stamford Museum and Nature Center, opening November 6th.  More Info.

Fairway is opening in Stamford on November 3 on Canal Street.

....and beyond.

Bun Lai makes the HuffPo! "Greatest Person Of The Day: Bun Lai, Chef And Sustainable Sushi Guru" Via HuffingtonPost.com

Step away from the cans, people. The pumpkin shortage is now officially over. Via Eatocracy.com.

Attention foodie high rollers, The 10th Annual Food & Wine Festival in South Beach begins February 24, 2011. Tickets & Information.

72 months of editing, 150 years of New York Time recipes and over 900 pages later, Amanda Hesser's The Essential New York Times Cookbook: Classic Recipes for a New Century is now available. Amazon.com.

"Don't landfill that goose. Braise it. Via NYTimes.

A "Candy Hierarchy" ranking based on emotional zeal with caramel getting high marks and peanut butter ranking in the post-tertiary. Via BoingBoing.com.

 

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