Diner’s Agenda is excited by Moosewood frozen meals.
Wednesday, January 23
•Slow Food Boston turns their attention to cheese with a special dinner at Haley House Bakery celebrating the terroir of Westport and the making of cheese. $30 gets you a fine meal full of goodies like risotto and fried green tomatoes. The fun begins at 6pm and reservations may be made online. [Slow Food Boston]
Thursday, January 24
•Free cheese! Free cheese! Free cheese at Panzano Provviste e Vino! Stop by any time between 6pm-8pm to sample a variety of Italian wines and cheeses. A bargain at twice the price! [Panzano]
•The weather outside is only mildly frightful, but that will make an evening of skating and supper with the Beacon Hill Civic Association even more delightful. The merriment starts at 6pm with skating on Frog Pond and continues with an 8pm dinner at Hampshire House. Tickets are $15 in advance or $20 at the door and may be purchased online. [Beacon Hill Civic Association]
•January is Super Hunger Month. Throughout the month, the Greater Boston Food Bank will be holding a series of excellent fundraisers. At 6pm, the Four Seasons will host the Super Hunger Chef Challenge where Rialto’s Jody Adams and Pigalle’s Marc Orfaly will fight to see, as they say, “whose cuisine reigns supreme.” Tickets are a steep $250, but it’s for a good cause and we’re sure it will be a great meal. As seems to be the trend this week, they may be purchased online. [Greater Boston Food Bank]