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Pasadena’s Cheeseburger Week, Sriracha Dinner, and More!
The L.A. food events worth nibbling on this week.
Sriracha Shortage Dinner at BLD — 1/9
This may be the only multiple-course, Sriracha-themed dinner in L.A. ever. The evening begins at 5 p.m. and includes Sriracha aioli lobster rolls, rib-eye poutine with Sriracha gravy, Sriracha tagliatelle, pork belly with sriracha soy glaze, and Sriracha marshmallow s’mores. $45 per person. More information.
Pasadena Cheeseburger Week — 1/12 – 1/17
Sample cheeseburgers from 40 different restaurants, lounges, and greasy spoons in Pasadena, when you’ll have the opportunity to vote for your favorites, from best turkey and veggie burgers to most burger-appropriate brew. More information.
All-Day Wine Tour to Los Olivos and Solvang — 1/11
There’s something intoxicating about an all-day wine romp up the coast. Kick off the trip with a mimosa breakfast, followed by a behind-the-scenes look at Firestone winery in Los Olivos, a complimentary lunch at Petros, and a tour of the Olive House vineyard in Solvang. The $109 ticket includes transportation, breakfast, and tasting fees. More information.
“A Feast for the Nose” at Los Angeles Central Library — 1/11
The Culinary Historians of Southern California are bringing back food historian Charles Perry for a lecture focused on olfaction. Perry will discuss, among other topics, the medieval Arabian tradition of perfuming the hands, face, hair, and clothing before eating. After the talk, participants can sample perfumes made from medieval recipes. The event is free and open to the public. More information.