Food Events

1/20: The "Third Anniversary Celebration for Jimmy D's Firehouse Red" will be held at Harvest Moon Brewery, 392 George St, New Brunswick, to benefit the Connecticut Burns Foundation's Children's Burn Camp. 2 PM to closing. For more information call 732-249-6666.

1/24: A winter wine dinner will be held at Tavern 344, 344 French Hill Rd, Wayne. 7 to 9 PM; $40. For reservations call 973-696-9440.

1/24: A "Robbie Burns Supper" will be held at the Ship Inn, 61 Bridge St, Milford. 7 to 10 PM; $25. For reservations call 908-995-0188.

1/24: A "Do-Ahead Dishes" cooking class will be taught by cookbook author Diane Phillips at Viking Culinary Center, 4 Sperry Rd, Fairfield. 6:30 to 9 PM; $59. To register call 973-244-1311 or log on to www.vikingcookingschool.com.

1/24: A "Badia a Coltibuono Chef’s Table Dinner" will be held at Pierre’s, 995 Mount Kemble Ave (Rt 202), Morristown. 7 PM; $85 including tax and gratuity. For reservations call 973-425-1212.

1/25: A four-course "Brewmaster’s Dinner" will be held at Tun Tavern, Sheraton Atlantic City Convention Center Hotel, 2000 Kirkman Blvd, Atlantic City. 7 PM; $49.95 plus tax and gratuity. For reservations call 609-347-7800.

1/25: A "Samplin’ From the Cask" sponsored by the Shore Institute of the Contemporary Arts (SICA) and hosted by Cask 591 Restaurant & Lounge, Long Branch, will be held at SICA, 20 Third Ave, Long Branch. 6 to 10 PM; $25; members $20. Reserve your tickets at www.sica.org.

1/25: A wine tasting with hors d’oeuvres will be held at Our Lady of Sorrows Parish Center, 3800 E State St Extension, Hamilton. 7 to 10 PM; $55, or two for $100. Tickets will be available at the door. For more information call 609-324-3985.

1/26: The Northeast Organic Farming Association of New Jersey will hold its annual winter conference, "Greener Fields, Greener Pastures: Growing for Good Health," at Rutgers University’s Hickman Hall, New Brunswick.  8 AM to 5 PM. To register and to find information on the full conference program call 609-737-6848 or visit www.nofanj.org.

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