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Presented by Food & Wine and Travel+Leisure Magazine, The 2009 Food Network New York City Wine & Food Festival takes place this Columbus Day weekend. Guests can savor returning Festival favorites including the kick-off event -- Chelsea Market After Dark presented by The Food Network and hosted by Guy Fieri (Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives) and Sandra Lee (Sandra’s Money Saving Meals). There's also the Blue Moon Burger Bash presented by Allen Brothers hosted by Rachael Ray held under the Brooklyn Bridge in DUMBO.
• There will be the chic, neighborhood-wide tasting of Meatpacking District Uncorked, RED, hosted by Tom Colicchio with Paul Bartolotta.
• Godiva Chocolatier presents SWEET sponsored by Perrier-Jouët, a celebration of sugary delicacies hosted by Duff Goldman (Ace of Cakes).
• The unparalleled tasting of food, wine and spirits will be found in the Grand Tasting presented by ShopRite at Pier 54 in Hudson River Park.
A selection of exciting new events that have been added for the 2009 Festival. The fresh program begins on Thursday, October 8th, 2009, with Bacon, Bourbon and the Blues hosted by Thrillist with the following innovative programming continuing throughout the weekend:
Beloved and controversial New York Times restaurant critic Frank Bruni will hold a culinary discussion to share insights from the field and discuss the highly anticipated release of his book Born Round: The Secret History of a Full-Time Eater (Penguin, 2009)
An unprecedented dinner series in conjunction with the James Beard House will include:
TimesTalks presented by New York Times will feature a new line-up of discussions with Ina Garten, Bobby Flay, Giada De Laurentiis, and Anthony Bourdain
The Festival’s interactive wine and spirits seminars and cocktail clinics will return, taking place at Festival headquarters, The Standard, New York with new headliners like Kevin Zraly, Tony Abou-Ganim, Andrea Robinson, Anthony Giglio and Josh Wesson.
Not-to-be-missed wine seminars at the Astor Center, featuring in-depth discussions with brand aficionados including Boisset, Perrier-Jouët Fleur led by Agnes Laplanche, and Château de Beaucastel led by fifth generation owner and winemaker Marc Perrin Delta presents Dim Sum & Disco Brunch hosted by Ming Tsai, featuring talent such as Shang’s Susur Lee and Chinatown Brasserie’s Joe Ng at China Grill.An all-day affair Flavors of the Farm: A Day with Stone Barns Center and Blue Hill at Stone Barns.
Hill Country will play host to the queen of Southern cuisine and her friends as Paula Deen hosts Down South Up North with boys Bobby and Jamie Deen; featuring the latest creations from the Lee Bros., along with Art Smith, Chris Lily and Katie Lee Joel.
Closing out the weekend is an unprecedented tribute to Little Italy’s most iconic dish the “meatball”, with Meatball Madness hosted by Giada De Laurentiis at la venue at the Waterfront.
The 2009 Food Network New York City Wine & Food Festival is produced by Karlitz & Company and Southern Wine & Spirits of New York.
All the proceeds from the Festival will again benefit the community based, hunger-relief organizations Food Bank For New York City and Share Our Strength.
For 26 years, The Food Bank For New York City is the city's major hunger-relief organization working to end food poverty throughout the five boroughs. Through its network of more than 1,000 food assistance programs, it provides 300,000 free meals a day to New Yorkers in need. In addition, the Food Bank continues to mobilize its efforts to end hunger and increase access to affordable, nutritious food for low-income New Yorkers through direct services, benefits access, and nutrition education. For additional information, go to foodbanknyc.org. Share Our Strength® is the leading national organization working to make sure no kid in America grows up hungry. A net of community groups, activists and food programs catch children at risk of hunger and ensure they have nutritious food where they live, learn and play. It works with the culinary industry to create engaging, pioneering programs like Share Our Strength’s Taste of the Nation®, the nation’s premier culinary benefit; Share Our Strength’s Great American Bake Sale®, a national grassroots effort; Share Our Strength’s A Tasteful Pursuit®, a touring dinner series; Share Our Strength’s Great American Dine Out ®, a week-long program involving thousands of restaurants nationwide; and Share Our Strength’s Operation Frontline®, a cooking-based nutrition education program. Visit Strength.org. Ticket information and the full line-up of new and returning events can be found by calling 866.696.2933 or at: www.nycwineandfoodfestival.com
2009 Food Network New York City Wine & Food Festival The Standard, New York
Be transported to Mediterranean France and the Languedoc-Roussillon region when The First Annual Festival Sud de France takes place in New York throughout the month of October. The Festival is a multiplatform program, involving all tiers of the wine & food industries: wine producers, importers, wholesalers, restaurateurs, wine bars, retailers, sommeliers and chefs. For the entire month of October, New Yorkers will discover the wines of Languedoc-Roussillon through a series of in-store tastings and special Sud de France menus and winemaker dinners at wine stores, brasseries, bistros, and wine bars throughout the City. Producers from Languedoc Roussillon will welcome avid foodies and Sud-ies to explain the methods behind their wines and demystify the Languedoc-Roussillon region, helping to personalize the Sud de France experience. There will be additional events including a weeklong “open house” at the Maison de la Région Languedoc-Roussillon (10 East 53rd Street) from October 5 – 9 2009. It will feature nightly classes conducted by Jamal Rayyis amongst others for consumers on topics such as “pairing the wine & cuisine of Languedoc-Roussillon,” “Languedoc 101” and a Sparkling Friday seminar on bubblies from Sud de France.
A series of events will take place in September and October in partnership with well-known cultural trendsetters, including Creative Time, the James Beard Foundation, and The French Wine Society. A rooftop party with Time Out New York and participation in Wine Spectator’s Feast of Famous Faces will touch avid foodies in their elements. The two ambassadors will educate both wine trade professionals and the general public at events, cooking demonstrations and via television and radio. Information on wines served at Festival events will also be made available to help consumers find and remember the tastes they discovered and enjoyed at Sud de France classes and events. A fun contest, publicized through the website, will encourage participants to vie for a trip for two to the “Sud de France” in 2010.
With 30 appellations, 12 vins de pays, and a political-economic climate that is friendly to innovation in all sectors, the Languedoc-Roussillon’s bounty is inviting to consumers who seek value and diversity in their wines. In the June 30th issue of The Wine Advocate, David Schildknecht declared, “the Languedoc has never offered more bargains or more inspiring and talented idealists.”
What a perfect way to celebrate “Food, Wine & Sun” this Indian Summer with the Festival Sud de France. With the current focus and attention on Languedoc-Roussillon the first ever Sud de France Festival is poised to touch a receptive public, ever desiring to learn more about wine through approachable and exciting events and classes.
A web site created for the occasion will publish all details of the Festival in a “blog-style” presentation, including: promotions and participating venues, dates and locations classes and seminars, and information on the wines and cuisine of Languedoc-Roussillon, as well as a list of all importers and distributors in the New York metro area.
Go to: www.festival-suddefrance.com/ny
Included among the featured exhibitors for the 2009 show are the following companies: Omoma Coffee, SerendipiTea, Café La Paz, Tay Tea, Tavalon, Starbucks, Harney & Sons Tea, Green Mountain Coffee, Keurig, Guayaki Yerba Mate, El Pedral Gourmet Coffee, Hancha Tea, Zen Green Tea Liqueur, Srina Tea, Vittoria Café Coffee, TeLight, Sacred Rose Tea, and Jalima Coffee.The show will also feature some extraordinary related products including Best Friends Cocoa, Biscottea, Deborah’s Kitchen, Chip ‘N Dipped Cookie Co., Erica’s Rugelach, and Taste of Home Bakery.In addition to booths, tastings and opportunities to buy unique products, this two-day event also features a full program of presentations from well-known industry pros and pioneers.Some of the highlights include:• Home Roasting 101Presented by Donny Raus, President of Northeast Roasters Group.• Korean Loose Leaf Tea CeremonyPresented by Yoon Hee Kim of the Korean Tea Culture Foundation.• Chocolate TastingHosted by Dina Cheney, author of "Tasting Club."• Afternoon Tea: Tips Terms, and TraditionsPresented by Ellen Easton.• The Art of Coffee Cupping & TastingHosted by Marcela Zuchovicki of Jalima Coffee, Sponsored by Gillies Coffee.• From Garden to Cup: Journey With TeaPresented by Yoon Hee Kim,Korean Tea Culture Foundation.• Think Outside the Cup: Creating Coffee-And Tea-Infused Desserts,Presented by Celebrity Chef Melody McGinley Whitelaw.• Turkish Coffee & Culture, Presented by Sule Akoglu of The TurkishCultural Center.• Korean Powdered Green Tea CeremonyPresented by Yoon Hee Kim, Korean Tea Culture Foundation.• Green Teas of China, Korea and JapanPresented by Yoon Hee Kim, Sponsored by TeaClassics.• Tea Cocktailspresented by Chris Cason, Tea Sommelier at TavalonThe 4th Annual Coffee & Tea Festival: NYC will also help raise funds and awareness for Cup for Education, the official charity of the event. Cup for Education helps poor and rural coffee communities of Central and Latin America build schools within their communities and provide the basic tools needed to educate the future generations of coffee farmers.Goodie bags will be also be available to attendees each day and include samples from: Adagio Tea, Celestial Seasonings, Wholesome Sweeteners, The Tea House Times, Glee Gum, Teeccino, Choice Organic Tea, Chopsticks Magazine, and others.An all day pass includes sampling of the international lineup of coffee and tea exhibitors as well as attendance at the specialpresentations.
for more info: www.CoffeeAndTeaFestival.com
The 4th Annual Coffee & Tea Festival: NYCApril 18th and 19th, 2009 The Metropolitan Pavilion 125 W 18th St. 631 940 7290
Washington DC will be hosting a meeting of minds and souls as the Split This Rock Poetry Festival hits the city from April 19 to the 21st.
From the press release:
"Split This Rock Poetry Festival: Poems of Provocation & Witness (April 19-21, 2018) invites poets, activists, poetry lovers, and dreamers to Washington, DC for three days of readings, workshops, panel discussions, youth programming, activism.
Celebrating Split This Rock's 10th anniversary, the festival will feature some of the most significantly and artistically vibrant poets today, including Elizabeth Acevedo, Kazim Ali, Ellen Bass, Sherwin Bitsui, Kwame Dawes, Camille T. Dungy, Ilya Kaminsky, Sharon Olds, Sonia Sanchez, Solmaz Sharif, Terisa Siagatonu, Paul Tran, and Javier Zamora!
The gathering offers opportunities to speak out for justice, build connection and community, and celebrate the many ways poetry can act as an agent for social change. Split This Rock Poetry Festival is DC's premiere poetry event and the only festival of its kind in the country, highlighting poets working at the intersection of the imagination and social change!"
To learn more, go to: http://www.splitthisrock.org/programs/festival-biennial/2018-festival/
Split This Rock Poetry FestivalApril 19 - 21, 2018
Various LocationsWashington DC
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