Experience an authentic Tuscan meal that will leave you salivating for more. Join established culinary expert and Tuscan cook Peggy Markel at Zingerman’s Roadhouse on May 15th as she brings her favorite Italian selections to Ann Arbor. Markel and award-winning Roadhouse chef Alex Young collaborated on an elegant menu that pairs enticing main courses with appetizers and desserts. Side dishes include delicately-roasted potatoes with rosemary and 100 percent sheep’s milk cheese from Pienza. A selection of wines will also be a main staple of the evening. Among the offerings, enjoy the Vin Santo di Cappezzana, a dessert wine, crafted in traditional Tuscan style from a historic estate. $60 per person for food and $30 per person for wine pairings. 7-9 pm. Call to reserve a spot. Zingerman’s Roadhouse, 2501 Jackson Road., Ann Arbor. 734-663-3663. www.zingermansroadhouse.com
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