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Resolved to lose weight this year? To eat healthier? Tackle the topic this Friday, January 11, when the Annapolis Community Health Initiative hosts a tasting, movie and discussion on healthful eating at the Pip Moyer Recreation Center in Annapolis.
Start the evening by tasting local chefs’ presentations of food that’s good and good for health.
You’ll sample and judge dishes by three local chefs. Azure at the Westin chef James Barrett will present Crab Salad with Wasabi Cream; Chef/owner of b.b. Bistro Carla Lucente will prepare Herbed Chicken Breast with Quinoa Salad; And Metropolitan chef David Kidwell will bring Grilled Artic Char with Ginger Mustard Sauce, steamed baby bok choy and sauteed hen of the woods mushrooms.
Crab Salad with Wasabi Cream Sauce
by James Barrett, chef, Azure at the Westin
Herbed Chicken Breast with Quinoa Salad
by Chef/owner Carla Lucente,
3½ oz. boneless, skinless chicken breast,
Then watch the HBO documentary The Weight of the Nation Part 3: Children in Crisis. After the show, ask questions of Community Health Initiative members from Annapolis Recreation and Parks, Anne Arundel Medical Center, Anne Arundel County Department of Health, Annapolis Pediatrics, The Pediatric Group and Anne Arundel County Public Schools.
The evening ends with announcement of the winning dish and awarding of raffle and door prizes.
6-8:30pm at Pip Moyer Community Recreation Center, 273 Hilltop Ln., Annapolis. free with rsvp: 410-263-7958; www.annapolis.gov.
Find out who won and read the winning Healthies Recipe at http://bayweekly.com/node/15217.
Punk’s Backyard Grill — Bay Weekly’s Best of the Bay award for Best Bang-for-Your-Buck — ends its four-year run at Westfield Annapolis Mall. The independent, creative-concept restaurant received an eviction notice last week after failing to reach settlement on rent negotiations, owner Dave McCabe told Bay Weekly.
The young owners hope to stay local and try again. Fingers crossed that their barbeque, lamb burgers and craft beer reappear in the near future.