Slow Food Charlotte and Welcome Books invite you toA Slow Taste of TuscanyA celebration and special dinner at Passion 8 BistroSupported by Zagat, we present this event as part of a celebration across America of slow food and Douglas Gayeton’s new book Slow: Life in a Tuscan TownJoin us in honoring the simple and superb pleasure of fresh food that has been prepared slowly and locally.Tickets are $180 per couple and include a five-course meal…See More
Interested in food and art, especially "food images in the arts" [see blog www.foodinthearts.blogspot.com] Avid domestic cook, preparing "American": French and Italian dishes.
Pro-liberal environmental supporter. PhD in cultural anthropology and folklore (1983). Born 1931 but attending art history courses at UNCC. Enthusiastic about old fashioned group sit-down (no paper plates!) dinner parties - five-six courses and wine, cheese plate: the works! Gripe: Nobody entertains this way any more, except inCalifornia.
Good, strong Ethiopian AAA coffee made with French press.
Apple pie or apple-anything.
SE Asia, French, German cuisine, and on and on. Rainy day dinner: Roast pork und spaetzle, German style. Mit bier.Or, a French lunch under an arbor with soup, tiny cutlets and salad, a lovely cold Vouvray or a Pinot Noir, fruit tarts and COFFEE. Stew, good thick steaks, rare inside, sushi, mushroom ravioli with tossed salad, Ceasur Salad with anchovie paste] Apple pie. Eggs and bacon and corned muffins. It's obvious, right?
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