This Week’s Events: Roustabout, Phoenix Fare, Zwanze Day, Twilight Dinner, Noshbow, Pépin Lecture Series

zwanze2015Tuesday — the local foods networking breakfast is taking place at Local Sprouts.

Wednesday — the Maine Farm and Sea Cooperative is holding a launch party at Broadturn Farm, and the Monument Square Farmers’ Market is taking place.

ThursdayRostabout is holding a pop-up dinner at Tandem Bakery, Phoenix Fare is taking place in East Bayside, and Maine & Loire is holding a Louis Dresner wine tasting, and C Salt is holding a wine tasting.

Friday — the West End edition of Harvest in the Hood is taking place.

SaturdayNovare Res is hosting the 2015 Cantillon Zwanze Day release, it Maine Open Winery Day, and the Deering Oaks Farmers’ Market is taking place.

SundayDamian Sansonetti and Ilma Lopez are the featured chefs for the last Cultivating Community Twilight Dinner of the season, the 16th Annual Trail to Ale is taking place as is the 2nd Annual Noshbow street festival, and  Rosemont is serving a dinner at Wolfe’s Neck Farm in Freeport.

Rabelais at BU — Rabelais owner Don Lindgren will be speaking at Boston University on September 21st. His talk is part of the Pépin Lecture Series in Food Studies and Gastronomy and is entitled Anatomy of a Cookbook. “Beyond the recipes, cookbooks reveal a great deal about the authors who write them and the cooks who use them. This presentation will look at clues cookbooks reveal about social and cultural context, and consider how evidence of reader use illuminates issues of ownership, succession, revision, criticism, navigation, and more.”

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.

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