FLS reporter Katie Thisdell serves up news on local food finds, tales from home cooks and inspiration to help you have fun in your own kitchen.
Food News: What would be Wegmans’ perfect partner?
Catching up on food news from the past week and food happenings around the region, with a sprinkling of other interesting tidbits from around the Web. Look for this every Thursday. Submit events to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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You’ve probably never noticed it, but there’s unused empty space on the far left side of the building that houses Wegmans in Celebrate Virginia. Bill Freehling reports that the grocer has determined it doesn’t need that space, and is looking for a tenant to lease it to. Those close to the matter say higher-end retailers have expressed interest, but no deal has been signed. Fredericksburg.com polled its Facebook followers, and they overwhelmingly asked for a Cheesecake Factory. What would you like to see there?
Spotsylvania’s farmers market will host a holiday market this Saturday. More details here.
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F.W. Sullivan’s opened just before Thanksgiving in the space on William Street that has housed University Cafe, then Las Palmas, then Longstreet’s. Musings Over a Pint offers an honest review here.
This week’s review: Cheeburger Cheeburger in Spotsylvania
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Kurt Rabin reviews the new cookbook from Top Chef stars Bryan and Michael Voltaggio. Judging from the complexity of the recipes. “VOLT ink.,” may be better for looking than for cooking. Read about it here.
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For future reference: The Orange Downtown Alliance is working on an Orange County food festival co-sponsored by Edible Blue Ridge that will be next August.