Hash Over: Jason Terry Flips Burgers, Kent Rathbun Teaches Holiday Cooking, Nobu Sets Happy Hour And More

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Amazing that Mavericks sixth man Jason Terry hasn't turned into a jumbo JET after the soda and wing-joint endorsements. Now the shooting guard has found a way to combine his love of food and charitable causes.

Today the Hard Rock Cafe Dallas will unveil the Jason Terry Legendary Burger, available through the end of the Mavs regular season. A portion of proceeds from the sale of each 10-oz Angus burger will benefit Gilda's Club North Texas. In addition to proceeds from Terry's limited-edition burger, the restaurant and Terry will donate $100 to Gilda's Club for each three-pointer that No. 31 sinks throughout the season.

Also going on this week...

Sevy's November "Flavors Of Autumn" four-course wine dinner, set for 6:30 p.m. today, features peppercorn-crusted beef tenderloin on parsnip whipped potatoes with pomegranate glaze, roasted butternut squash soup with blue cheese fritters, crab-stuffed jumbo shrimp, milk chocolate mousse and more, each course paired with a corresponding wine for $59.95 per person plus tax and tip. Reservations (required) are available at 214-265-7389 or by e-mail.

So you're ready break the family tradition of bland and canned holiday food but don't know where to begin? Kent Rathbun will offer recipes, hints for leftovers and cooking tips and demonstrations 6:30 p.m. today at a family-style dinner featuring hickory roasted turkey, rosemary leg of lamb, pumpkin cheesecake and much more at Jasper's in Plano. Cost is $75 plus tax and 20-percent gratuitiy. Reservations (required) are at 972-673-0823.

The Library Bar at the Warwick hotel has expanded its menu, adding items such as tuna tartare, tomato bisque and grilled cheese, potato pierogi and more.

Nobu has rechristened Wednesday "Nobu Night," offering weekly drink specials and reduced-price food items including Shishito Peppers, Foie Gras Potstickers, a Chef Choice Roll and more from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m.

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