St Francis Women’s Heart Health Program is a Success with Josh Cellars

Each year the Max Restaurant Group teams up with Josh Cellars for a month-long promotion, where for every glass, quartino and bottle of Josh sold, a portion of the proceeds is donated to the St Francis Foundation in support of their Women’s Heart Health Program. This is a fabulous program that goes out into the community to provide screenings related to cardio-health, as well providing both preventive and treatment resources to women at risk for heart related health issues.

We are very pleased to announce the 2018 contribution totaled over $7000, and will have a direct impact on the various programs and events that are part of the initiative.  Max Restaurant Group would like to thank all of our guests for recognizing the benefits of such a program and making a difference by enjoying a glass or bottle of Josh Cellars wine.

From left to right: Brian Mitchell, Director, Wine & Beverages, Max Restaurant Group; Lynn B. Rossini, Vice President and Chief Development Officer, Saint Francis Foundation; Anita M. Kelsey, MD, FACC, FASE is Associate Chief, Section of Cardiology and Director, Women’s Heart Program — Saint Francis Hospital and Medical Center; Steve Abrams, Managing Partner, Max Downtown

A little bit about the Women’s Heart Health Program

The Women’s Heart Program is offered free to any woman over 18. It is designed to help women take a proactive approach to heart disease through education and increased awareness. Participants register for an education session provided by a cardiologist, registered nurse, a registered dietitian, and an exercise physiologist. The staff of the Women’s Heart Program will assist you in developing individualized goals for reducing your risk of heart disease, making appropriate dietary changes, and beginning a structured exercise program.

What happens at a Women’s Heart event?

  1. It lasts about 1 hour, and is led by our team of healthcare professionals that includes a cardiologist, exercise physiologist, a registered dietitian, and a nurse.
  2. The team evaluates your heart risk by looking at your BMI, weight, waist circumference, and blood pressure. Our team may also assess your diet history, any available labs you may have, your physical activity and any other pertinent medical history.
  3. The Cardiologist and nurse will review the signs and symptoms of heart disease for womens and discuss risk reduction strategies.  The dietitian will make heart-healthy recommendations about diet, and the exercise physiologist will make physical activity recommendations to help you meet your goals.
  4. The staff also provides educational lectures to groups looking for a team wellness approach.

Although heart disease is the biggest health threat to women, it is preventable.

For more information about the St Francis Hospital and Medical Center’s Women’s Heart Health Program – please visit their website.

For information about Josh Cellars – please visit their website.

 

 

Trumbull Kitchen Rose Dinner

On Thursday July 13, 2017 Trumbull Kitchen hosted a Rose Wine Dinner featuring a five course paired meal.

Reception featured popcorn with melted butter and lemon zest and with Parmesan and Truffle Oil.

First course featured Oysters & Pearls made with Blue Point Oysters American Ostera Caviar

Second Course featured Oak Grilled Calamari served with mashed fava beans and preserved meyer lemon.

Third course featured a Sonoma Goat Cheese & Hierloom Tomato Tart.

Our fourth course featured Pacific Halibut with Mushroom Kombu Broth served with Roasted chanterelle mushrooms and garlic scape pesto.

The fifth and final course featured Honeyed Peach Tart made with hazelnut crust and chantilly cream.

(Published and Produced by Marketing & Communications Intern David Zambuto)

 

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Trumbull Kitchen Patron Tequila Dinner

On Friday May 26 Trumbull Kitchen hosted its 2nd Patron Tequila Dinner in Downtown Hartford. The event featured a five course meal with a reception starting with chips and Charred tomato, tomatillo, habanero-mushroom.

The event’s first course consisted of Ostra en el Mitad Cascara; Blue Point oysters on the half shell with green adobo-smoky chipotle salsa.

The event’s second course featured Ensalada Capriana with Back yard drop and Zebrino tomatoes, napal-poblamo Rajasthan red sorrel and pumpkin seeds.

The event’s third course featured Wood Grilled Alaskan Halibut with Red chile marinade, guajilo mango salsa, warm rice salad and potato hay.

The event’s fourth course featured Carne Asada with Ancho grilled rib eye, black beans, house made crema and guacamole.

The event’s final course consisted of a Abuelita Chocolate Pecan Tart with XO whipped cream.

(Published and created by Marketing and Communications Intern David Zambuto)

 

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Stone Brewing Co. Beer Dinner @ TK – Come get Stone-d on 4/20

StoneTrumbull Kitchen Is Very Pleased To Preset A

4-20 Brewery Dinner featuring Stone Brewing Co.
Escondido , CA

With Special Guest Speaker
Chris Charest from Stone
Featuring the Cuisine of Chef Chris Torla

Founded by Greg Koch and Steve Wagner in 1996, San Diego-based Stone Brewing Co. is the 9th largest craft brewer in the United States. Stone has been listed on the Inc. 500 | 5000 Fastest Growing Private Companies list 11 times, and has been called the “All-time Top Brewery on Planet Earth” by BeerAdvocate magazine twice. The multifaceted company will be the first American craft brewer to own and operate a brewery in Europe, and is also building a production brewery and destination restaurant in Richmond, Virginia. Known for its bold, flavorful and largely hop-centric beers, Stone has earned a reputation for brewing outstanding, unique beers while maintaining an unwavering commitment to sustainability, business ethics, philanthropy and the art of brewing.

Wednesday 4-20-16
6:00 reception | 6:30 Seating
Menu
Stone Beer Dinner Menu
4-20-16

Reception – Stone IPA

Stone Americano Stout
Nicaraguan Maduro Smoked Venison Loins
roasted mushrooms, Moody Bleu tartlet

Stone Enjoy By 4.20
House Made Merguez and Shrimp Jambalaya
sweet peppers, plum tomato, celery leaf rice

Stone Vertical Epic 8.08.08
Fennel Grilled Quail
asparagus salad, Maine lobster salpicon, spring pea sauce

2016 Old Guardian Barley Wine Dry-Hopped with Pekko Hops
Valhrona Chocolate Sponge Cake
coconut caramel, Dark rum syrup, toasted pecans

$65 Per Person
(Not Including Tax or Gratuity)

Please Call Trumbull Kitchen for Reservations

 

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