Smorgasbord at Trillium, East Coast eats and a gluten-free lesson

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Christmas is supposed to be a time of good cheer, but it's really a time of very good eats. And this tradition holds up around the world. In Sweden, for example, a traditional Christmas Eve dinner includes a smorgasbord (aka Swedish buffet) with ham, pork, fish and plenty of sweets. And tonight, you can indulge in a version of this 'God Jul' feast at Trillium " target="_blank">: The third dinner in its Scandinavian series celebrates a traditional Swedish Christmas. Chef Ryan Leinonen has prepared a four-course meal, complete with wine and cocktail pairings; tickets are $70 per person. For reservations, call 303-379-9759.

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As a part of Denver's Best Chef Series, the Seasoned Chef Cooking School will host Chef Andrew Lubatty showcasing his expertise in the cuisine of New England. Lubatty will teach various East coast dishes inspired by the winter season from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. tonight. Tuition runs $80 per person and can be purchased online.

Are you dealing with a gluten allergy, or know someone who is? Check out the free workshop at the Washington Park Whole Foods from 6:30 to 8 p.m. that will help you create safe and delicious holiday meals for those suffering from gluten intolerance. There will be a special emphasis on gluten cross-contamination,as well as tips to recreate traditional holiday foods that are healthy for everyone.

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