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Nosh Pit Weekly Planner: Apr 10-16

Eat, run, and hope for a good cause, sip on some sexy wines at Salty's, and experience the family meals chefs eat before they serve you.

By Erica Thompson April 8, 2013

Three straight weeks of more than 70 IPA's at Cooper's Ale House.


Cooper’s IPA Fest
The celebration is already underway, as Cooper’s Alehouse will be pouring more than 70 different IPAs in three weeks. To keep up on which brews the bar offers each day, follow its Facebook and Twitter. Check the website for a full list of beers.

Michael Romano: Family Table
“Favorite staff meals from our restaurants to your home” is the theme of this free Book Larder event, where Michael Romano (coauthor of Union Square Cafe Cookbook) takes you behind the scenes of Danny Meyer’s restaurants to share the food the chefs cook for one another before they cook for you.

Sexy Syrah
Salty’s on Alki Beach is hosting its the 12th annual syrah event, with tantalizing red wines from more than 30 Washington wineries and sultry appetizers, including Alaskan halibut cakes and beef brisket sliders. A portion of the $45 ticket benefits FareStart, a nonprofit dedicated to providing culinary job training to disadvantaged individuals.

THURSDAY, April 11

Sarah Matheny: More Peas, Thank You
Sarah Matheny puts a healthy spin on mainstream family favorites such as tacos, lasagna, and brownies, sourcing her New York Times-bestselling book Peas and Thank You. The Book Larder event is free from 6:30 to 8.

Japanese Farm Food Dinner with Nancy Singleton Hachisu
As part of her book tour, Japanese Farm Food author Nancy Singleton Hachisu is taking over the kitchen at Hitchcock for a dinner featuring fermented goods and organic rice straight from Singleton’s farm in Japan. Seating begins at 5pm; tickets cost $65 per guest. Reservations can be made by phone (206-201-3789), via email ([email protected]), or online.

Woodinville Reserve
A week before the Passport to Woodinville Open House Weekend, this brand-new event brings more than 40 local producers to the Columbia Winery with gourmet bites from restaurants close by. Tickets are $75 or splurge with a two day pass to both weekend events for $125.

SUNDAY, April 14

Eat. Run. Hope.
In memory of their unborn twins that they lost in 2011, Ethan and Angela Stowell are back for a second year with this uplifting event that involves a jaunt around Seward Park and a tent full of delicious food at the end from an impressive array of restaurants, including Terra Plata, Canlis, Poppy, and more.

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