Blue Nile goes Belgian this Week in Food

Beer is the name of the game this week, punctuated with wild game, cheese, and pork five ways this Week in Food.

Monday 1/10

  • There are more than 800 kinds of beers made in Belgium. Get a start on trying them all at Blue Nile, which will devote half of its taps to Belgian ales this week. Try the Kasteel Tripel, the Val-Dieu Grand Cru, and the Rodenbach Grand Cru Flemish, among others.
Beer me.
Beer me.

Tuesday 1/11

  • What good is the rind? Find out at "The World of Cheeses," a special class hosted by Ginger Hop. Sample cheeses from around the world and learn about types, textures, flavors, edible rinds, and storing cheeses at home. Call Surdyk's to register. $35. 6:30 p.m.

Wednesday 1/12

  • Grab a seat at the Corner Table Cooking School hosted by Rustica Bakery. Chef Scott Pampuch will demonstrate how to make a Sunday pork dinner that builds the foundation for meals throughout the week. Limited space, reservations required. $100. 6 p.m.

Friday 1/13

  • Things just got wild. Enjoy a five-course wild game dinner featuring Duckhorn and Decoy wines at NorthCoast restaurant in Wayzata. $95 per person. Part of the proceeds will benefit the Interfaith Outreach Community Partners that benefit the Lake Minnetonka area. 7 p.m.

Saturday 1/14

  • Up your street cred--learn how to brew your own beer at "Extract Brewing 101" at Midwest Supplies. Free. Reservations required. 10:30 a.m.

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