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Wine and food pairings at Taste of Life

Aack!

I almost forgot about my promise to share the food and wine pairings planned for Hospice of Spokane's benefit “Taste of Life.”

The event will be held on March 30. There is more information and tickets for sale here.

This is the menu chef Urs Moser from The Spokane Club has planned:

Caterina Winery Chardonnay

Dungeness Crab Cakes with Mango Salsa

Lone Canary Syrah

Confit Duck spring roll, plum sauce

Liberty Lake Wine Cellars Syrah

Braised lamb cassoulet

Barili Cellars

Chicken terrine

Latah Creek Winer Cellars NV Monarch Red Blend

Pulled pork slider, balsamic straw berry jam

Townshend Cellars T3

Salmon cake, tomato jam

Emvy Cellars Devotion

Polenta wild mushroom ragout

Robert Karl Claret

House cured gravlax, mustard sauce

Bridge Press Cellars Merlot

Eggplant Goat cheese invotini

Arbor Crest Wine Cellars Malbec

Smoked brisket, horseradish sauce

Grand Ronde Cellars Cabernet

Pear and blue cheese flat bread, onion jam

Barrister Winery Cabernet Franc

Red wine braised short ribs

Knipprath Cellars Spanish Nudge Coffee Bean Cinnamon Port

Petit Fours

 

 

 

Ben & Jerry’s hosts benefit for family

Ben and Jerry's in River Park Square will host a benefit tonight to raise money for a local family.

The store's owner is working with North Central High School senior Michaela Freeman to help a local family from Finch Elementary School. Freeman hopes to raise enough money to help the family pay for Christmas presents and a holiday dinner. The benefit is part of her senior project.

Freeman went to Finch Elementary and she wanted to give back to a family in her community. The family she chose has been hit hard by the recession. Both parents are unemployed and they have two small children.

Ben & Jerry's Spokane will donate 20 percent of sales between 6 and 8 p.m. tonight to Freeman and the family from Finch Elementary School.

If you can't make it to Ben & Jerry's tonight, but would like to help, contact Michaela Freeman at (509) 455-8500.

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