Food Blob: Dinner with the Horses

· Another sushi place to add to your overflowing list of places to check out: Muntin. But try this one first ‘cos this Friday, 8 p.m. – 11 p.m., is their kickoff party and everything is 10% off. Call to reserve a spot.

Muntin, BYOB, 1326 Spruce Street, 215-546-0180

· Next Tuesday, 10:30 a.m. – 2 p.m., take the day off to do something really swanky: saunter through the PMA and admire its British, French and Italian collections then cook up a meal “fit for a British aristocrat” with art historian and chef Maite Gomez-Rejón peering over your shoulder. Oh, and then eat it, of course. ArtBites tickets are $130 and include everything you could possibly want: museum admission, tour, van transfer from museum to kitchen, all ingredients, instruction, recipes and wine with dinner.

· Be one with your food with the Fair Food Farm Tour Series, Sunday, June 27, 2 p.m. Fair Food, a nonprofit concerned with promoting local food, wants you to see where the magic happens. Tour Two Gander Farm in Oley, where they specialize in honey production, then eat at Fox Hollow Farm in a horse paddock (though this may sound strange, they stress that it’s a beautiful horse paddock). The meal will be cooked by White Dog Cafe chef Eric Yost and will include local artisan cheeses and American wines. Tickets are $125, reservations required. Call Andrew Welch 215 386-9224 or email

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