Live Jazz & Patio Dining at Caffe Molise
In addition to outstanding fresh Italian cuisine with a focus on regional specialties, Caffe Molise has opened up their wonderful, sprawling garden patio for outdoor dining under the sun and stars. And on Fridays, Caffe Molise features live jazz on the patio with the great John Flanderâ€™s Trio.Â
Along with excellent pastas, seafood dishes, salads, and more, Caffe Molise offers staff favorites like the Arista – spice-rubbed and oven-roasted pork tenderloin with a black mission fig compote, served with mashed potatoes and seasonal vegetables. Enjoy it on the patio or in one of Caffe Moliseâ€™s beautiful dining rooms.Â
Recreational Cooking Classes Return to PCCI
The Park City Culinary Institute – which is actually located in Salt Lake City – has announced the return of recreational cooking classes at their State Street location. According to the folks at PCCI, â€œClasses are hands-on with friendly, experienced instructors, andâ€”best of allâ€”you get to eat the results. Included with your class are recipes, ingredients, and all the tools you will need. Classes are typically 3 to 4 hours in length.â€
Upcoming PCCI recreational cooking classes include Gnocchi and Red Wine, Macaron 101, Southern Comfort Dinner, Tantalizing Tarts, Summer Mediterranean Mezze, Wine and Cheese of Spain, and others.Â
Grand Americaâ€™s Plant-Powered Earth Day Menus
Ahead of this weekendâ€™s Earth Day festivities, The Grand Americaâ€™s Director of Food & Beverage, Regis Perret and his team informed me of the new plant-based dining options available at various of the hotelâ€™s venues. And, itâ€™s not just for Earth Day, these plant-based menu items are available every day. Here is the lowdown from The Grand America.Â
â€œThe Lobby Lounge is proud to offer its new PLANT + FORWARD menu. Featuring vegan and vegetarian takes on familiar favorites including the Impossible Cheeseburger, Watermelon Poke with grilled pineapple, avocado, cucumber, sesame seeds, and ponzu, and Oyster Mushroom Calamari, even guests who are not vegetarian will delight in these fresh options.â€
â€œVegan and French cuisine do not always go hand in hand, but diners of all types can enjoy a meal at Laurel Brasserie & Bar with options such as the Vegan Navy Bean Cassoulet, Lentil & Kale Soup with toasted chickpeas, and Brussels Sprouts topped with shallots, walnuts, Meyer lemon.â€
â€œFinish the evening with a sultry drink in the Gibson Girl Lounge. Those who are looking to grab a plant forward option with their cocktail are wowed with choices such as the Quinoa Garden Bowl or the Tomato Fennel Soup.â€
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Originally trained as an anthropologist, Ted Scheffler is a seasoned food, wine & travel writer based in Utah. He loves cooking, skiing, and spends an inordinate amount of time tending to his ever-growing herd of guitars and amplifiers.
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