New Year's Eve Plans Part 2 and a Gluten Free Holiday Dessert in Today's Eater's Digest

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New Year's Eve
With so much going on for New Year's Eve, there is no way we could cram it all into one Eater's Digest. Here s our second round of fancy dinner events going on around town. Good luck picking one!

Jump on the light rail and live it up at Cheuvront's New Year's Eve Celebration Dinner. Chef Ryan Rivera has created an exceptional menu to ring in 2011. Dinner starts with either Thai lobster soup or a roasted goat cheese salad, then pick your entree, filet mignon, duck confit or dover sole and then finish up with apple cobbler or chocolate crepes.   Seating starts at 5 p.m. and is limited. Reservations are required. $80 ++ per person. Click here for details.

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Petite Maison will also be dishing out New Years Eve Dinner. For $79 ++ per person you can enjoy a four-course meal starting with truffle and chanterelle bisque and diver scallops. Move on to a main course of Steak and Lobster with crab fricassee and duchesee potatoes and then finish with a Grand Manier souffle. Wine pairings are available for $35 extra. Reservations are required. Call 480-991-6887 to reserve your table.

Just around the corner, Christopher's will be ringing in the new year with a four-course tasting menu created by Chef Christopher Gross. The tasting menu will feature lobster pot pie, chestnut soup with fois gras, rack of lamb, scallops, venison, raspberry mousse macaroons and more. $65 ++ per person, $100 ++ per person with wine pairing by Sommelier Paola Embry. Dinner will be served from 5 to 11 p.m.. Call 602-522-2344 for reservations.

Strawberry Jelly Roll 
Just because you are gluten-challenged shouldn't mean missing out on holiday treats. Tartelette has put together this gorgeous Gluten-Free Strawberry Jelly Roll for the "No kid hungry" campaign, a crusade with Share Our Strength to help feed hungry children. Get rollin'!

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