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Page 8 POST-GAZETTE, OCTOBER 9, 2009 i;!:~ i !,,~ , i%i!,;,i ~!iiiiii:iiiiiiiiiiii::ii~i il,;,:(ii~))ii!i,;iii!~i :i:!;;:il;!;;!;i!: i;i:::i;;ii::i;i; ::i;;i;:;!;f;i;i;:i:::i:!;:;i;;;:;:i:! ; :;!;: i!:::i::;:;:i:;:!:;iil;i:ii;!;:i;;i;i::ii::;!::;::;:;!i;i!i!:i:! @ by Jtilda M. Morrill Noted Chef Jacques P6pin, pictured here with Rebecca Alssid, Director of the Culinary Arts Program at Boston University's Metropolitan College, will host "The Big Event," a celebration of the 20th Anniversary of the Program. (File photo Hilda M. Morrill) On Wednesday, October 28 taurants, wineries and award-winning chef, televi-breweries, as well as book sion personality, renowned signings by famed authors teacher and author Jacques who teach or have taught in P6pin will host "The Big the program -- with Chef Event," a celebration of the 20a anniversary of the Culi- nary Arts Program at Boston University's Metropolitan College. The anniversary event will include food and wine tastings from at least 60 res- P6pin himself presiding over the evening's festivities. Co-founded by P6pin and cooking luminary, Julia Child, the Culinary Arts Pro- gram provides instruction from acclaimed professional chefs through lecture, dem- Happy Columbus Day If you've never dined in an Italian home, you've never dined at La Summa's Homemade Italian Specialties 30 Fleet Street Boston's North End Prop: Barbara Summa Phone: (617) 523-9503 Happy Columbus Day MODERN PASTRY SHOP, INC. ITALIAN & FRENCH PASTRY Cakes --- Confectionary - Candies 257 Hanover Street, Boston, MA 02113 (617) 523-3783 20 Salem Street, Medford, MA 02155 (781) 396-3618 WWW.MODERNPASTRY.COM J-Iappy Columbus Oay Bakery and Function Facilities Visit our Shops for your Itafian pastries and more 282 Bennington Street, East Boston 617-567-1992 www.spinellis.com Located also in Lynnfield on Route One South J PICCOLO NIDO Restaurant ~::.=:_A~" ~"~" 617.742.4272 fax 617.227.5154 www.piccolonidol @ aol. corn Pine Irano Owner 257 North Street, Boston, MA 02113 onstration, and hands-on cooking experience in a state-of-the-art kitchen. Students also study food from a wide range of nutritional, historical, and international perspectives. The fun begins at 6 p.m. in the Art Gallery at 808 Com- monwealth Avenue, Boston. Advance ticket orders are required, as no tickets will be sold at the door. To regis- ter, call 617-353-9852. For more information, click on "The Big Event" pages of www. bu. edu/foodandwine / culinary. ....... While on the subject of great chefs and great food, we still have wonderful memories of this year's "Lob- ster Festival" at Burlington's Summer Winter restaurant. Helping to pioneer the "garden to table" philosophy, Clark Frasier and Mark Gaier, the nationally ac- claimed chefs behind Arrows Restaurant and MC Perkins Cove in Maine, have created Summer Winter in the tra- dition of their award win- ning dining destinations. For a listing of upcoming fall harvest culinary events at the restaurant, which is located in the Burlington Marriott Hotel, visit www. summerwinterrestaurant.com. And, when you visit the res- taurant, be sure to tour the wonderful adjacent green- house, which is full of many edible greens and other plants used by the chefs. Happy Columbus Day Still Here... Maria's Pastry SHOP Homemade Pannetone and Nougat Candy 46 Cross Street Boston, Massachusetts Happy Columbus Day ISar-ISi Lro 333 Hanover Street Boston, Massachusetts (617) 227-1777 ....... Tower Hill Botanic Garden in Boylston, Mass. will host "Bewitched, Both- ered and Bewildered," the Massachusetts Orchid So- ciety's annual orchid show, which takes place on Fri- day, October 30 from 1-5 p.m. and Saturday, October 31 & Sunday, November 1 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Thousands of breath- taking (and sometimes spooky!) orchids will be on display throughout the Visi- tors Center and around the Orangerie at Tower Hill. This show is known for its spectacular variety, creativ- ity and informational value. As Orchid Society member Joanna Eckstrom explains, "...with the dozen or so orchid societies and individual or- chid enthusiasts who par- ticipate, 'Bewitched, Both- ered and Bewildered' is sure to be one of our best efforts ever." Some of the orchid societies participating in the show include: A&P Orchids, New Earth Orchids, Frosty Hollow Orchids and more. Orchid vendors from across the country will offer a wide variety of plants, sup- plies and even jewelry for sale. Art and educational exhibits will be held each day of the show and experts will answer orchid growing ques- tions from visitors. Also, members of the Mas- sachusetts Orchid Society will offer demonstrations on orchid care, instructional videos, and guided tours of the show. One exciting addition to this year's Orchid Show is a judged "Fra- grance" category. Although the judging ses- sions themselves are not open to the public, the re- sults of the judging will be on display at the show. As Eckstrom explains, "Orchid scents range from delight- fully sweet to sickeningly fetid; orchid scents 'turn-on' at different times of day (to attract their pollinators)." The show and its associ- ated programs are free with garden admission. Tower Hill Botanic Garden is lo- cated at 11 French Drive, Boylston, Mass., exit 24 off Route 290. For further infor- mation, call 508-869-6111 or visit www.towerhillbg.org. ....... The Roslindale Arts Alliance announces the *'5th Annual Roslindale Open Studios" on Saturday, November 7 and Sunday, November 8. There will be an opening Preview Recep- tion on Friday, November 6 from 6:30 to 8 p.m. at the Longfellow House, 880 South Street, Roslindale. All are welcome to attend. The event offers the public two days of viewing unique art from more than 97 dedi- cated artists. Local artists will open up home studios and display in local busi- nesses and group sites in Happy Columbus Day in Boston at 286 Hanover Street Reservations: 227-5353 ' eEa Vista" Ristorante and Pizzeria in Boston at 288 Hanover Street Tel. 367-4999 Franco eezzano Lucia Pezzano Happy Columbus Day RISTORANTE & BAR Traditional Italian Cuisine Donato Frattaroli 415 Hanover Street, Boston, MA 02113 617.367.2353 Open for Lunch and Dinner Daily -- Private dining rooms for any occasion donato@luciaboston,com www, luciaboston,com