This Week’s Events: Black Cow, Christopher Kimball, Miyake Pig Roast, Twilight Dinner, Oliver Lecture

blackcowMondayNicholas Nappi and fellow Local 188 restaurant group colleague Gary Bowcott are holding a pop-up for Black Cow on September 5th to share their “vision for a return to good old days of the soda fountain”.

Wednesday — the Monument Square Farmers’ Market is taking place.

ThursdayChristopher Kimball, founder of Cook’s Illustrated and former America’s Test Kitchen host, will be speaking at the State Theater. Tickets are available online, use discount code MSK50.

Thursday — Foundation Brewing is participating in Rails and Ales.

Saturday — There will be a wine tasting at LeRoux Kitchen, Rising Tide is participating in Rails and Ales, and the Saturday Farmers’ Market will take place.

SundayMiyake will be serving a Pig Roast at Wolfe’s Neck Farm, and Jason Williams and Bryan Dane are the featured chefs at this week’s Twilight Dinner at The Well.

Food History Lecture — food historian Sandy Oliver will be giving a lecture at the Tate House on “the Early American kitchen and its importance to the Colonial household”.

For more information on these and other upcoming food happenings in the area, visit the event calendar.

If you are holding a food event this week that’s not listed above, publicize it by adding it as a comment to this post.