Sunday, November 13, 2011

Four (4) Culinary Events which will be part of the upcoming Six Days in Novmember Celebration

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6 Days in November: Nov. 15-20, 2011

The Arts Council of Winston-Salem and Forsyth County plans to celebrate this year’s 6 Days in November, November 15-20. This year marks the fourth annual celebration of Winston-Salem as North Carolina’s center of crafts, arts, and innovation.  The 2010 Six Days offered more than 165 arts, cultural and cutting-edge technology opportunities clustered together in the week before Thanksgiving.  The full details of the 2011 Six Days in November are coming out soon. 

This blog post will focus on four culinary events that will be part of the 2011 Celebration

Culinary icon Nathalie Dupree shares biscuit secrets at breakfast hot spot. Breakfast Of Course! Mary's Too restaurant.  10:00 a.m., Wednesday, November, 16.  Food world personality talks about her most recent book, Southern Biscuits, and demonstrates biscuit making.  Meet the legend. Your biscuits, too, can be the envy of friends. Free.  RSVPs appreciated. 336.723.7239

Mozelle’s FineSouthern Bistro: Culinary treats from the mountains and the sea.  Elizabeth Wiegand, author of The OuterBanks Cookbook and The New Blue Ridge Cookbook, will be on hand to discuss prix fixe menus created for the evening from her recipes and to sign books. Taste the salt air. Feel the cool highland breeze. Wednesday, November 16.  Dinner beginning 5:00 p.m. Reservations encouraged.  336.703.5400

Meridian Restaurant: Red Meat. Red Wine.  Dine with the heir to the Ruth’s Chris Steakhouse legacy. Randy Fertel, son of New Orleans steakhouse legend, Ruth Fertel, shares humorous, insightful stories from his family memoir, The Gorilla Man and the Empress of Steak.  Five-course dinner with wine pairings. Book signing courtesy of Barnes and Noble.  7:00 p.m., Thursday, November 17.  $55.00. Reservations required. 336.722.8889.

Dinner and conversation with NASCAR legend Junior Johnson.  Willow's Bistro. 6 p.m. Sunday night, November 20, Sample Junior's perfectly legal "Midnight Moon" Moonshine and then enjoy dishes prepared by Chef Will Kingery using Junior's corn squeezings. Junior tells all about his NASCAR years and bootlegging in an entertaining one-on-one after dinner interview.  Price $60.  Reservations required. Seating limited.  336.293.4601

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