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Lon's Moet Dinner and Pasta with Fresh Squash in Today's Eater's Digest


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Champagne Anyone? 
Need a little post-Christmas/pre-New Years pick me up? How about treating yourself to an evening of luxury tomorrow night at Lon's Moet Wine Dinner? That should pull you out of that post Christmas funk. The evening starts in Lon's wine cellar where Chef Jeremy Pacheco will be serving up oysters, caviar, and champagne. Afterward, head to the historic boardroom for a three-course meal that starts with poached lobster. Roasted veal loin and a goat's milk crème caramel with a pomegranate honey coated crimson gold apple will follow. Each course will be paired with champagne or sparkling wine specially selected by the overseeing Moet rep. Seating is extremely limited and reservations are required;  $125 ++ per person. Call 602-955-7878 for details. 

Pasta Squash

We need a break from desserts! Now that the holidays are over, it's time to start eating real food again. The first thing on our list is this dish filled with tender pasta, butternut squash, and brown butter. Olive oil drizzled roasted squash and a steaming bowl of pasta seems like just the cure for cookie overload. You can find the recipe right

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