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Monday, November 26, 2007

Korean wine dinner coming up

This arrived in my inbox this morning. Pretty interesting - a Korean dinner at Sung with wine pairings. I've never been one to pair wine with Asian food (I prefer beer, and I'm not much of a beer drinker), but I might have to try it more often.

AAGF&W Dinner

TUESDAY, January 15th - 7:00 p.m. - Association for Affordable Great Food & Wine known as the A.A.G.F.& W. intended to invite you to our first dinner at Sung Korean Bistro, 700 Elm Street, downtown. Sung has made quite a name with the vegan crowd since he opened last month, but we’re going to keep the meat and pair everything with a bunch of bubbly to celebrate a new year. Join us for the evening.

Gimbab & Goonmandu Sampler - Gimbab, a rice roll with pickeled radish, crab meat, beef, egg and cucumber along with Goonmandu, pan-fried dumplings stuffed with tofu, scallions, onion and cabbage - Firelands Brut, Lake Erie

Jab Chae - Chicken with stir-fried sweet potato noodles, squash, carrot, cabbage, onion, green onion and bell pepper - Simonet Cremant de Bourgogne

Bulgogi - Grilled marinated thinly sliced beefwith a light sweet and spicy flavor served with rice - Piper Sonoma Blanc de Noir

Cheese Assortment - Segura Viudas Brut Rosé, Cava

$40 per person. Reservations at 513-984-9463 by Noon, Monday, January 14th.


at 4:49 PM Anonymous FoodieToo said...

What a great name for an organization: Association for Affordable Great Food & Wine.

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