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New Latin Flavors at Zengo; Tasty Truffles and Techniques; More

And a wine dinner featuring La Ragnaie at Frasca, plus a unique way to fine in the mountains.

Zengo
Zengo

BOULDER - Sign up for Tasty Truffles & Techniques, hosted by Piece, Love, & Chocolate. The class will teach participants how to use tempered chocolate and make classic ganaches with simple garnishes. It will focus on three recipes: Toasted Coconut (Vegan), Classic Dark, Raspberry. It is on January 24 from 10 a.m. to noon. To sign up, click here.

LOHI — Zengo will host a four course dinner with wine pairing on January 26 beginning at 6:30 p.m. It costs $75/person and includes a copy of chef Richard Sandoval's latest cookbook, New Latin Flavors. Seating is quite limited for this intimate event. Call 720.904.0965 for reservations.

BOULDER — On January 26, wines from Le Ragnaie will be featured at Frasca Food and Wine's Monday Night Dinner. Each of Le Ragnaie's wines spend a minimum of 36 months in Slavonian oak. The dinner is $50/person for a four course meal, not including the optional wine pairings. Pairings range from $40-$50/person. For reservations, call 303.422.6966.

SNOWMASS - In conjunction with Aspen Outfitting Company, the Viceroy Snowmass resort offers guests a chance to go out and hunt their next meal - taking "farm-to-table" to the next level. Following a successful hunt, Viceroy Snowmass' Executive Chef Will Nolan will teach guests everything there is to know about breaking down game and preparing it for the ultimate homemade meal in the privacy of their own in-room kitchen. To inquire about signing up, call 970.923.8008.

Zengo

1610 Little Raven Street, Denver, CO 80202 720 904 0965 Visit Website

Frasca Food and Wine

1738 Pearl Street, , CO 80302 (303) 442-6966 Visit Website

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