Foodie news for the week of Jan. 21.
A taste of the amazing Italian eats at Marcellino Ristorante (pictured) in Scottsdale.
Easy and delish slow-cooker dessert recipes, including too-cute cobblers.
Province at Westin Downtown Phoenix dishes up its Latin Passport Dining Series yet again.
On Wednesday, Jan. 30 at 7 p.m. chef Cullen Campbell and mixologist Micah Olson of Crudo will host a four-course cocktail-paired feast for $65 per person. The dinner will feature special guest mixologist Clint Spotleson from Mabel’s on Main. To make reservations for this dinner, call 602.358.8666.
From 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Sunday, Jan. 27, Gilbert’s Blue Wasabi Sushi & Martini Bar will host Sushi School. For $35 per person, Blue Wasabi’s sushi chef will host a hands-on session to teach attendees all they’ll ever need to know about sushi and how to make it at home. Guests will get to sample three to four sushi rolls, all materials needed to make sushi and a makisu (sushi mat) to take home.
Eric Glomski, owner of Page Springs Cellars, will host a winemaker’s dinner at Whole Foods in Chandler on Jan. 29. The five-course pairing dinner is $30 per person. The reception starts at 6 p.m., and the event is semi-formal. Seating is limited; to reserve your spot, call 480.821.9447. Ask for the wine bar.
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