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December 3, 2012

I can’t hold back my excitement about this week's wine tasting on Thursday night, 6-9pm!  We have two of our favorite foodies coming to Dandelion to share their expertise with us.

Our friend and neighbor, Millicent Souris, will be here signing her cookbook, How to Build a Better Pie.  We were fortunate enough to be her recipe taste-testers from time to time during her year or so writing, and we can tell you that these pies are delicious Buy yourself a copy and gift one to your foodie friends — they’ll love it!  $24

And I’m also excited to have Andre H. Mack come and pour 3 of his wines the same night!  A Rose and Pinot Noir from Oregon, and a Merlot from Washington State.  More info to come later this week… but if I were you I’d mark your calendars and not miss this tasting!  It’s gonna be a lot of FUN.

Pie Photo Credit: Gregory A. Vore

October 26, 2010

“The New Brooklyn Cookbook” by Melissa Vaughan and Brendan Vaughan (William Morrow, $40).
"This is a history of the contemporary food scene with 70 restaurant recipes, including cocktails, and even a home brewer’s version of Sixpoint Craft Ale’s American Brown Ale."
-Florence Fabricant, NY Times
The New Brooklyn Cookbook is now available at Dandelion! We’ve been flipping through it, enjoying all the beautiful pictures, and salivating over recipes like Northeast Kingdom's Short Ribs and Marlow & Sons' Brick Chicken. There's even a nod to Dandelion in the handy “Resources” section of the book.
We will happily help you pair wine with any recipe you decide to tackle!

“The New Brooklyn Cookbook” by Melissa Vaughan and Brendan Vaughan (William Morrow, $40).

"This is a history of the contemporary food scene with 70 restaurant recipes, including cocktails, and even a home brewer’s version of Sixpoint Craft Ale’s American Brown Ale."

-Florence Fabricant, NY Times

The New Brooklyn Cookbook is now available at Dandelion! We’ve been flipping through it, enjoying all the beautiful pictures, and salivating over recipes like Northeast Kingdom's Short Ribs and Marlow & Sons' Brick Chicken. There's even a nod to Dandelion in the handy “Resources” section of the book.

We will happily help you pair wine with any recipe you decide to tackle!