Bubbly Wine, A Lesson on Vinegars, Danish Christmas Traditions, + A Holiday Market in Queens
Whether for the holidays, a birthday, or just to pair with dinner, sparkling wines are incredibly versatile and just so delicious. Astor Wine has a huge selection, so learn more about what to choose, how they're made, and sip seven different glasses of bubbly to see which you like the best at this class with Tess Rose Lampert.
There is a whole world of vinegars out there - from apple cider to sherry to rice vinegar. Join 92Y's resident food historian Francine Segan as she discusses the world of acidity through vinegars with chef Ivan Orkin, chef Neil Kleinberg, and Michael Turkell, the author of Acid Trip: Travels in the World of Vinegar. Taste some vinegar, get some recipes, and learn how to make your own.
Have you ever been curious about how they celebrate Christmas in Denmark? Well let Chef Claus Meyer serve you a traditional julefrokost (Christmas meal) at his Great Northern Food Hall in Grand Central Terminal. A family style meal will include pickled herring, Swedish cold water shrimp, roasted duck with prunes, Danish sausage, rice pudding and more. The meal will also be available on Sunday, December 10 and Saturday, December 16.
Queens Night Market and Lockwood team up for a day of local artisans and some incredible diverse food. Complete your shopping list at the Queens Museum where dozens of vendors will be selling locally made crafts and you can keep your energy up by tasting everything from Caribbean food (Tania's Kitchen) to Italian pastries (DiLena's Dolcini)