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Atlanta food events July 11-17

Things to eat and do this week

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Bellina Alimentari Mon., July 11, 6:30-8 p.m. Pastured Poultry Week: Cooking Demonstration Celebrate Pastured Poultry Week with White Oak Pastures. Learn about the virtues of pastured poultry – its superior taste, the natural life of the chickens and the positive impact on the environment and our health. Chef Gizzy will demo how to break down and cook a whole chicken. Details

Sur la Table July 11-15, 10 a.m.-12 p.m. Kitchen Fundamentals For Kids It’s (almost) never too early to get kids interested in cooking, and this five-day series has all of the teamwork and skill-building of the average summer camp. Little ones from age 8 to 12 will learn the basics of preparing their own food, including how to handle knives safely, measure out ingredients, perfect a pie crust, and make homemade pastas and sauces. At the end of the week, students will put their skills to the test in a team cooking challenge. Each child will go home with a packet of the week’s recipes and a Sur La Table apron so they can continue practicing at home. Details
Tuesday

The Whisky Mistress Starts July 12. Tuesdays, 5-8 p.m. Continues through Dec. 31 Two for Tuesday Every Tuesday get two wines for the price of one with complimentary appetizers included, during happy hour. Later into the evening, Dave Scott will perform an array of songs and entertain those dining in. Details
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Thursday 

F&B Thu., July 14, 5-10:30 p.m. Bastille Day Celebration F&B Atlanta celebrates Bastille Day and its own fourth anniversary in true French fashion – guillotine and all. Join this locally owned French bistro for the classic French holiday, featuring the option of a prix-fixe menu. Details
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Friday

Canoe Fri., July 15, 6:30 p.m.  Whole Hog Beer Dinner on the River This Friday Canoe will host a pig and beer dinner on the banks of the Chattahoochee River. Chef Matthew Basford will be roasting a Georgia Ossabaw hog from Hamthropolgy, a farm featuring registered Ossabaw Island Pork from a natural, free-range, non-GMO herd. The dinner will also feature beer pairings from Wild Heaven and Monday Night Brewing. Details?

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Saturday

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 Sat., July 16, 11 a.m.-12 p.m. Puppet Brunch The puppet brunch returns this month! Bring the kids to Venkman’s for brunch and a show! Enjoy All Hands Productions’ version of The Reluctant Dragon as they utilize colorful moving-mouth hand puppets and rod puppets to tell a story about friendship and understanding. Details__  ?
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La Tavola Trattoria July 13-23, 5:30-11 p.m. TomatoFeast La Tavola is celebrating its 14th annual Tomatofeast! Join executive chef Justin Jordan to celebrate the peak of summer tomatoes with a special tomato-centric menu which is sure to dazzle all palates, bringing diners a newfound appreciation for the season’s vibrant tastes. Details  ?

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