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It's never too early for holiday shopping, right? As a corollary, I presume it’s never too early to make wish lists? I’ll be asking for

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Know where you're eating on Valentine's Day? I do.

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It's never too early for holiday shopping, right? As a corollary, I presume it’s never too early to make wish lists? I’ll be asking for Michael Pollan’s new book this year, and if my sweetie happens to ask what I’d like to do for Valentine’s Day, for once I have an answer: I’ll point him straight to Lark.

On Valentine’s Day (don't panic, that’s still almost four months away), the Cooks and Books Visiting Chef Series hosts Pollan at Lark for a discussion on In Defense of Food. Chef John Sundstrom will be in the kitchen per usual, except this time it’ll cost you $150. (Hmm. No word on the menu yet, but I’m guessing we’ll Eat Food. Not Too Much. Mostly Plants.)

May sound outrageous, but since Michael Pollan is the only person that gets me even marginally politically motivated (or wait – was that a swoon?), I’m going.

If someone else pays for it, that is.

Michael Pollan at Lark, 926 12th Ave., 323-5278.
February 14th, 2008, 6:00 p.m. and 8:30 p.m. (2 seatings)
$150 per person includes all foods, wines, and an autographed copy of the book.

 
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