Special Feature: Products Sally Recommends

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by Sally Bernstein

January 31, 2005
In Good Taste is Portland, Oregon's premiere cooking school located in the fashionable Pearl District. They provide everything you need to entertain in style: cooking classes; hand-selected gourmet cookware, cookbooks, wines and full catering services.

January 29, 2005
The Time Warner Center in New York City offers Per Se (Thomas Keller), Masa and Bar Masa (Masa Takayama), V Steakhouse & Stone Rose (Jean-Georges Vongerichten), and Cafe Gray (Gary Juntz). This luxury food court is also known as the Restaurant Collection.

January 27, 2005
The Omni Parker House Hotel in Boston, MA is the longest continuously operating hotel in America. Boston Cream Pie, the official dessert of the State of Massachusetts, was perfected in their kitchens. And the Parker House rolls were created there as well.

January 25, 2005
Make Valentine's Day Sweets for your Sweetheart!

January 20, 2005
Sally will teach a Hands-On Valentine Dinner for Two cooking class at Draeger's San Mateo, California on Wednesday, February 9 at 6:30 PM, Cost: $75 (class# SM0209). Menu: Sparkling Wine Cocktail with Smashed Raspberries and Chambord, Avocado, Grapefruit and Dungeness Crab Salad, Beef Tenderloin with Madeira Green Peppercorn Sauce, Celery Root Puree, and Caramelized Banana with Rum Sauce. There are a few spaces left!

January 18, 2005
Sally’s Place Special…stay 2 mid-week nights (Sunday through Thursday) and get 20% off your entire stay including dinner in our acclaimed restaurant and wine tours to the Anderson Valley. Offer is good only for those who mention “Sally’s Place” when booking their reservation. MacCallum House Inn and Restaurant, Mendocino, CA:

January 16, 2005
Are You Really Going to Eat That? by Robb Walsh; For Walsh (Legends of Texas Barbecue Cookbook ; The Tex-Mex Cookbook) the world is a never-ending odyssey of amusing and salivating gastronomical adventures, and he proves this with 40 articles and 20 recipes collected here. More than a book about food, this volume is a collection of cultural anthropology essays.

January 3 , 2005
The Winemaker's Dance: Exploring Terroir in the Napa Valley by Jonathan Swinchatt & Howell G. David. There is a saying among winemakers that "great wine begins with dirt." Beginning from this intriguing premise, The Winemaker's Dance embarks on an eye-opening exploration of "terroir" in one of the greatest places on earth to grow wine-California's Napa Valley. Illustrations: 62 color photographs, 17 diagrams, 22 maps, 3 tables.

January 1, 2005
HAPPY NEW YEAR !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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