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Locally Sourced Dinner; Learn Sushi-Making at Nobu

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TRINITY GROVES—A small number of seats for the upcoming Four Corners Brewing dinner featuring food by chefs Graham Dodds, Nicole Van Camp, Sharon Hage, and Chad Houser and speaker/writer/alternative farmer Joel Salatin are still available. Here's a sneak peek of the preliminary menu, which is entirely local right down to the butter; tickets for the March 26 dinner are $125 and can be reserved via Urban Acres. [Eaterwire]

UPTOWN—Nobu is launching a series of sushi-making classes in conjunction with Gilt City; they'll take place the first Saturday of each month at a cost of $198 a head. Besides a sushi-making lesson, participants will also get a sushi feast, sake tutorial, and a copy of the Nobu cookbook. Tickets are on sale now for the first class, which takes place April 6. [Eaterwire]

DENTON—Speaking of sushi, barbecue-loving Brit Gavin Cleaver found an all-too-Texan "redneck sushi" at Rooster's Roadhouse, consisting of brisket, cheese, barbecue sauce and pickles rolled up in a tortilla and sliced. (Okay, "sushi" may be a bit of a stretch here.) [City of Ate]


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