The team at How to Cook a Wolf is thrilled to host Oregon winemaker Leah Jorgensen for a night of lovely food and wine on Wednesday, November 30. Jorgensen makes wines in the style of the Loire Valley in Southern Oregon.
How to Cook a Wolf is very excited to put on our first ever Oyster Week, running from Monday, October 17 through Saturday, October 22.
We will be offering four different local oysters on the half shell with accoutrements to highlight each oyster’s individuality for $3/each or $30/dozen. There will also be Fried Oysters with Calabrian Chili Aioli for $9 and Beef Carpaccio with Oyster Aioli and Flavors of the Sea for $16.
There will be a Blanc Vermouth Cocktail on offer that pairs just perfectly with oysters, a well as a screaming deal on a dozen oysters and two glasses of sparking wine: $40.
Drop by and toast to oyster season on the top of Queen Anne Hill!
On Wednesday, October 28th, How to Cook a Wolf will be hosting a wonderful wine dinner with Washington winery Domaine Pouillon. Winemaker Alexis Pouillon will be in attendance to speak about the French-style wines, and the kitchen has prepared a fall harvest menu that is perfectly complemented by some of the Rhone varietals on offer. It promises to be a truly delicious and informative night. Tickets can be purchased through the ESR online shop.
Chef Michael and crew are excited to host a dinner celebrating women in wine with the ladies of Castello di Luzzano Estate in northwest Italy.
Chef Michael Gifford and How to Cook a Wolf are excited to host Erin Nuccio of the acclaimed wineries Evesham Wood and Haden Fig for a dinner celebrating the wines of the Willamette Valley on Tuesday, April 7.
Chef Michael Gifford and How to Cook a Wolf are excited to host La Spinetta wines for an intimate wine dinner on Tuesday, February 3.
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