Posts tagged with the keyword: ‘Chef Claud Beltran’

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Rosé Soirée for PCDA

Rosé Soirée for PCDA
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  The historic, restored, and meticulously re-created Blacker House will be the location for Taste of Summer’s 2nd Annual Rosé Soirée on July 17. Seasonal dishes and wine pairings will be hand-selected by Chef Claud Beltran. Over 40 dry rosés from France, Italy, Germany, and California are to be sampled and live jazz adds to the evening’s mood. […]

Tuesday Suppers & Modern America

Tuesday Suppers & Modern America

Chef Claud Beltran may be behind the counter whisking a sauce at The Eatery, popping in to his newest endeavor Bacchus Kitchen, or be on location cooking and supervising a meal for hundreds of guests at the many benefits he supports, such as The Feast at Baldwin Ranch benefitting the Arboretum’s youth programs or his […]

Wine & Craft Spirits Tasting

Wine & Craft Spirits Tasting

Chef Claude Beltran’s Bacchus’ Kitchen is the location for the 10th annual wine and craft spirits tasting to benefit the Pasadena Education Network. The event is Sunday, April 10 and tickets are still available. This may be just the way to end a lovely weekend or fortify for another week: tasting wines, spirits provided by […]

Savoie

Savoie

Savoie is a French department in the Rhône-Alps region of the French Alps. The region is in the southeast of France, near the Swiss-Italian border. Beginning in 1416, Savoie was a duchy ruled by the House of Savoy and considered a “vassal of the Holy Roman Empire.” Then the became a part of the kingdom […]

Family Winemakers & PinotFest 2014

Family Winemakers & PinotFest 2014

Family Winemakers returns for its 11th tasting of small, family-owned wineries from Mendocino to Temecula. Traditionally open to trade and wine media, this year the event welcomes consumers. An special lounge called iSip is specially ticketed for those people who want to taste wine from 25 different wineries, retailing for $75 or more a bottle. Designated […]

Claud’s Mumbo Gumbo is Back

Claud’s Mumbo Gumbo is Back

“The sign of a good gumbo is, when you bite into it, it should bite back.” So says the folks how produce the Treme Creole Gumbo Festival in New Orleans. If you’re not able to travel to the city known for beignets, éttouffée, Po’boys, crawfish, and jambalaya; Bourbon Street and the French Quarter; the enigmatic […]

Bernadette Peters POPS

Bernadette Peters POPS

She played the role of “Girl” in the TV movie The Christmas Tree…in 1958. Really? How can that be true? That’s 54 years ago. But, yes, Bernadette Peters was 10 years old when she received her first acting credit, and now she’s a veteran of the small screen, regarded on the big screen, and lauded […]

Claud & Co. Eatery

Claud & Co. Eatery

Noir Food & Wine. Claud & Co. Catering. Why another endeavor? Why Claud & Co. Eatery? “Because I’m crazy,” Chef Claud Beltran replies matter-of-factly. He smiles. “It was either that or make it into a storage room for the catering company. So, why not?” We ask more questions. He answers easily, looks relaxed, not making […]

Gumbo Ya Ya By Chef Claud Beltran

Gumbo Ya Ya By Chef Claud Beltran

We are excited to open our new recipe-of-the-week category “Mangiamo” with a contribution from Claud Beltran of Noir Food & Wine and Claud & Co. Catering. Thank you to Claud, to Wendy Anderson for procuring and delivering the details, and thank you to Chef Daniel for presenting a delicious bowl of gumbo, which I quickly […]

Noir Food & Wine on a Winter’s Day

Noir Food & Wine on a Winter’s Day

Early on in the day, writing at the computer in my north-facing apartment, which means it was near cold enough to snow, my hands were hardly able to find the appropriate keys. This was despite the fact that the heat was roaring (though since the heater is in the hallway and faces the bathroom and […]

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