Some people just can't get enough pork. If you're one of those people, head to Cook Street School of Fine Cooking, 1937 Market Street, for "Pleasures of the Pig." The dinner, originally scheduled for October 9, has been moved to October 23, and will feature cider-glazed pork shoulder, potatoes lyonnaise with house-smoked bacon, pork confit and other pig-infused delicacies. The meal costs $59; book your spot by calling 303-308-9300.
To find information and updates on many more culinary events, go to the Food & Drink section of our online calendar.
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