Friday, January 30, 2015

Edible Events

January Online Calendar
Compiled by Farah Vitale

New Year's Day
Thursday, Jan. 1

Topaz Lodge Fishing Derby
Jan. 1 – Apr. 12
Topaz Lodge — Gardnerville
Get paid to go fishing! Catch a two-pound trout and earn $5 free slot play plus 10 drawing entries. For details, visit http://www.topazlodge.com/portfolios/topaz-lodge-fishing-derby-2015/

Carson City Wine Walk
Saturday, Jan. 3
1 – 5 p.m.
402 North Carson Street — Carson City
Help out the Carson City Downtown Business Association by donating $10 and you’ll receive a commemorative wine glass with an excuse to drink wine all afternoon. Bring your wine walk glass with the Carson City Logo on it and pay only $8. For details, visit http://www.ccdowntown.com/ai1ec_event/1347-2/?instance_id=1255

Healthy Communities Conference
Thursday, Jan. 8
7:30 a.m.
University of Nevada, Reno
The conference will discuss results of a community-wide health assessment, and feature keynote speakers from Robert Wood Johnson Foundation’s Build Healthy Places and Stanford School of Medicine. For details, visit http://www.truckeemeadowshealthycommunities.com/#!calendar-and-events/c21pv

Sustainable Food and Farm Conference
Jan. 9 – 11
Grass Valley Veterans Memorial Hall — Grass Valley
Get informed while having fun during this weekend event. The festivities include a tour of three farms and ranches, keynote speakers, an expo, and an in-depth session with Eliot Coleman and Mark Shepard. It will end with a full day of 20 workshops on a wide variety of food and farming subjects. For details, visit http://foodandfarmconference.com/index.html

Beginner's Kitchen Class - FREE
Wednesday, Jan. 14
6 p.m.
Nothing To It Culinary Center — Reno
Get comfortable in the kitchen and learn the basics of cooking with this free class. For details, visit http://nothingtoit.com/index.asp?page=classes&;;;action=detail&record=3096

Dean Fearing's One-Night-Only Dinner
Thursday, Jan. 15
5:30 p.m.
The Ritz-Carlton, Lake Tahoe — Truckee
Nationally acclaimed celebrity chef, Dean Fearing, the James Beard award-winning chef and partner at Fearing’s Restaurant in The Ritz-Carlton, Dallas, is creating a pop-up restaurant. Chef Fearing will prepare a five-course, prix fixe menu for up to 150 dining guests at Manzanita, the resort’s signature restaurant. For details, visit http://www.ritzcarlton.com/en/Properties/LakeTahoe/Information/News/Releases/Dean-Fearing-Offer-One-Night-Only-Restaurant.htm

Douglas Dale – Seafood Class
Thursday, Jan. 15
6:30 p.m.
Nothing To It Culinary Center — Reno
Learn from the master himself! Chef-Owner Douglas Dale shares his secrets for purchasing, storing and preparing seafood. For details, visit http://nothingtoit.com/index.asp?page=classes&;action=detail&record=3066

Mountain Table Dinner Series
Friday, Jan. 16
6 p.m.
Zephyr Lodge — Truckee
This dining experience features a winery or brewery and pairs it with a menu that features locally and regionally sourced food prepared by Executive Chef Steve Anderson. For details, visit http://www.northstarcalifornia.com/events/event-detail.aspx?year=2015&;month=1&eventview=calendarview&eventName=Mountain-Table-Dinner-Series-January-16&cmpid=ET5462249&et_rid=523491479

Girl's Night Out – Barefoot in Paris Class
Friday, Jan. 16
6:30 p.m.
Nothing To It Culinary Center — Reno
Take a walk in France and learn to cook French cuisine. Ina Garten’s Barefoot in Paris “translates” native French dishes you can easily make at home. For details, visit http://nothingtoit.com/index.asp?page=classes&;action=detail&record=3047

Clicquot in the Snow
Saturday, Jan. 17
2 p.m.
Plumpjack Squaw Valley Inn Cafe — Squaw Valley
This monthly champagne event features snow games, drink specials, a DJ, photo booth, and more. For details, visit http://www.plumpjacksquawvalleyinn.com/dine/featured-seasonal-dinners

Snowshoe Cocktail Races
Saturday, Jan. 17
7 p.m.
Camp Richardson — Lake Tahoe
Don't forget your drinks! This race has a fun twist so grab a tray of cocktails and get ready to run. For details, visit http://www.camprichardson.com/the-resort/restaurants/beacon-bar-a-grill

Culinary Boot Camp Class
Saturday, Jan. 17
9:30 a.m.
Nothing To It Culinary Center — Reno
Get in great shape to become a top chef. Learn fundamental cooking and baking methods, sauces, and knife skills that will improve your culinary performance. For details, visit http://nothingtoit.com/index.asp?page=classes&;action=detail&record=3097

Full Moon Yurt Dinner With Chef Douglas Dale
Jan. 17 – 18
6 p.m.
This fundraising dinner event includes a moonlit hike, enjoying wine and hot chocolate next to a roaring fire and a meal prepared by one of North Lake Tahoe's best Chefs. For details, visit http://www.gotahoenorth.com/events/full-moon-yurt-dinner-with-chef-douglas-dale-at-tahoe-xc,-tahoe-city-2014-01-17.html

Martin Luther King Day
Monday, Jan. 19

Nevada Small Farm Conference
Jan. 22 – 24
The Nugget — Sparks
The theme of the conference is Nevada, We're Growing Things Here! It will highlight the opportunities and potential of Nevada agriculture. There will be four pre-conference workshops, four conference tracks, and 20 sessions. For details, visit http://nevadafarmconference.com/schedule/

National Cowboy Poetry Gathering
Jan. 26 – 31
Western Folklife Center — Elko
Join this celebration of ranching and the rural West. You will get the chance to learn about cowboy culture, how to dance the two-step, plan for the West's future with ranchers and conservationists, enjoy Basque food, listen to tall tales, and more. For details, visit http://www.westernfolklife.org/General-Information-on-the-Gathering/national-cowboy-poetry-gathering-home-page.html

Taste of Morocco Class
Friday, Jan. 23
6:30 p.m.
Nothing To It Culinary Center — Reno
Learn to cook some of the most exotic food in the word. This class will teach you how to make Moroccan dishes with a variety of meat, poultry, vegetables, fruit and spices. For details, visit http://nothingtoit.com/index.asp?page=classes&;action=detail&record=3048

On the Trail
Saturday, Jan. 24
7 p.m.
Yerington Theatre for the ARTS — Yerington
This annual cowboy concert and silent auction benefit the Yerington Theatre for the ARTS at the Jeanne Dini Center in Yerington. There will be music, prizes, food and fun. For details, visit http://yeringtonarts.org/saturday-january-24-2015-on-the-trail/

Artisan Bread Workshop
Saturday, Jan. 24
9:30 a.m.
Nothing To It Culinary Center — Reno
Understand the fundamentals of successful bread baking. Learn the ingredients, how to mix and shape dough, and different baking techniques with this hands-on class. For details, visit http://nothingtoit.com/index.asp?page=classes&;action=detail&record=3068

Broadway Comes to Reno: Rain: A Boy Tribute to the Beatles
Jan. 24 – 25
Pioneer Center — Reno
Enjoy a spectacular concert event that chronicles the musical journey of one of the most famous bands, The Beatles. For details, visit http://www.pioneercenter.com/

Culinary Class with Chef Claudio Sadler
Jan. 25 – 27
6 p.m.
Arte Italia — Reno
Claudio Sadler, acclaimed Chef of Ristorante Sadler in Milano, will hold classes on how to prepare classic Italian dishes including antipasto, primo piatto, secondo piatto and dolce. For details, visit http://arteitaliausa.org/culinary-arts/future-classes.html

Taste of Thailand Class
Friday, Jan. 30
6:30 p.m.
Nothing to it Culinary Center — Reno
This class will walk you through cooking some of the best Asian food. Learn how to cook with classic Thai ingredients such as, lemon grass, galangal, palm sugar, and specialty Thai chilies. For details, visit http://nothingtoit.com/index.asp?page=classes&;action=detail&record=3049

Susanville Elks Lodge Crab Feed
Jan. 30 – 31
6 p.m.
Elks Lodge — Susanville
This dinner is the perfect meal for seafood lovers. For $45, join this delightful dining experience with tons of crabs and prawns. For details, visit http://lassencountychamber.com/lassen/calendar-of-events/january-2014/

Big Game-Care and Cooking Class
Saturday, Jan. 31
10 a.m.
Nothing to it Culinary Center — Reno
Gather some tips and techniques to cooking with games. This class will discuss topics such as processing and storage, proper use of spices and marinades, and the differences in handling and preparing wild game versus domestic meats. For details, visit http://nothingtoit.com/index.asp?page=classes&;action=detail&record=3063

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