Cook's Notebook

COOK'S NOTEBOOK

November 08, 2006|By Kate Shatzkin

EVENTS

All-American wine -- Taste wines from about 20 small-production U.S. wineries at 7 p.m. Saturday at the Star-Spangled Banner Museum and Flag House, 844 E. Pratt St. $50. Benefits Fisher House, a program that serves military personnel. Call 443-844-8267 or visit localwine events.com.

Book bash --Cookbook authors Kerry Dunnington, Jules Shepard and Bonny Wolf will appear from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Sunday at Book Bash, a benefit for Literacy Works at Greetings & Readings, 118-AA Shawan Road, Hunt Valley Towne Centre. $60 in advance; $70 at the door. Call 410-887-2001 or visit literacyworksinc.com.

Kosher-style meals --The Jewish Community Center of Greater Baltimore will host an evening at Let's Dish! from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Nov. 29 to help families assemble four to six family-sized meals to cook later at the Timonium store, 9602 Deereco Road. Call 410-356-5200, ext. 320 by Monday.

site du jour

>>>sweetpotato.org

The Web site of the Louisiana Sweet Potato Advertising and Marketing Commission has the lowdown on this seasonal staple, with nutritional information, tips on storing and cooking with yams and sweet potatoes, and lots of recipes.

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