Eaterwire: Pig Roast; Cherry Bitters; Wine Dinner; More

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BOULDER – Cocktailpunk has just released its new Colorado cherry cocktail bitter: "Made with foraged sour cherries from trees around Boulder, Louisville, and Longmont in Colorado. Lighter than our regular Cherry Bitters, they are elegant, feminine, ethereal. A very limited seasonal edition, only 350 bottles made." There is also a Palisade peach bitter coming soon. Find out more at the Cocktailpunk website. [Eaterwire]

DU— On Sunday, August 31 Atticus is hosting a Cuban-style pig roast. A 70-pound Colorado pig will roast for three days before being served family-style with all the fixings and traditional Cuban side dishes. Admission is $25 for adults and $10 for kids, with a choice between seating at 5 or 6 p.m. For reservations, call 720.459.8273. [Eaterwire]

BOULDERFrasca Food and Wine's Monday night wine dinner series on Monday, September 1 will celebrate Labor Day with the sommelier team each picking a favorite wine from throughout the summer and pairing it with a course specifically designed by the kitchen. This weekly series is co-hosted by master sommelier Bobby Stuckey, who works the floor and interacts with guests, and chef/co-owner Lachlan Mackinnon Patterson, who creates a four-course seasonal menu. The Monday Night Wine Dinner is $50 plus supplemental charges for pairings. For reservations, call 303.442.6966. [Eaterwire]

BALLPARK - On September 3, slice off some inspiration in a Cook Street class that is guaranteed to sharpen your culinary skills. In this fun, hands-on course, students will learn knife identification, maintenance, and tricks to ensure a great cut every time. The class runs from 6 to 9 p.m. and costs $89 per person. Click here for more information. [Eaterwire]

· Peaches Make for Great Late-Summer Cocktails [EDen]
· Frasca's Danette Stuckey On Being a 'Smoother Outer' [EDen]

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