On the Menu: Dinner with Alain Ducasse

Alain Ducasse Our first New York City Wine and Food Festival event is headlined by luminary French chef Alain Ducasse. He'll be joined by Adour's Joel Dennis and Benoit Bistro's Pierre Schaedelin in the Beard House kitchen, where the trio will prepare the ultimate dégustation of la grande cuisine française. Feast your eyes on the menu below: Hors d’Oeuvre Miniature Tarte Flambé Herb and Ricotta Barbajuan Gougères Mornay Head Cheese Jumbo Lump Crab with Celeriac and Apple Rémoulade Citrus-Marinated Hamachi with Celery Hearts and Radishes Wagyu Beef Tartare Canapés Dinner Foie Gras and Quince Terrine with Quince Marmalade and Gelée and Country Toast Pumpkin Velouté with Golden Crouton Steamed Halibut with Porcini Tarte Tatin Roasted Pennsylvania Squab with Glazed Turnips and Sauce Salmis

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On the Menu: Food Network New York City Wine and Food Festival at the James Beard House

Ducasse, Kreuther, and Torres It’s an exciting week here at the James Beard Foundation! We’ve joined forces with the Food Network New York City Wine and Food Festival to host five fantastic dinners featuring JBF Award winners, Food Network personalities, and top chefs (yes, those top chefs). Here at Delights and Prejudices we'll be posting a sneak peek of a different event menu every day. While most of our events are sold out, you can still head over to the official Festival website (linked above) and buy tickets for a number of workshops, demos, and tastings around New York City. Check back later today to catch a glimpse of the menu for our first event featuring Alain Ducasse!

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On the Menu: October 4 to October 10

Kitchen Here’s what happening at the Beard House next week: Tuesday, October 6, 7:00 P.M. Languedoc Wine Lovers’ Dinner Once best known for producing the table wines that kept French soldiers sated during both world wars, the Languedoc region now yields some of the most exciting wines made today. Sample them alongside an equally intriguing menu prepared by Country alum Doug Psaltis and Languedoc native Cedric Tovar. Wednesday, October 7, 7:00 P.M. Alaskan Luxury Retreat Kirsten Dixon’s trio of luxurious Alaskan resorts are some of the most remote in the world, but the Le Cordon Bleu Paris–trained chef’s cuisine has put them on the map. For this dinner, she and her daughter, pastry chef Mandy Dixon, have created a menu that highlights the best of the region’

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The Big Names Arrive on the Red Carpet

What do the country's best chefs eat for breakfast on the biggest day of the year? Snack blogger Jennifer Leuzzi finds out on the red carpet at Avery Fisher Hall before the 2009 James Beard Foundation Awards.

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