Looking for a new type of farmers market chef demo? Renee Erickson hosts a tour of the Queen Anne farmers market on Thursday, July 26.

Summer Harvest Feast
What do you get when you combine Pearl Jam guitarist Mike McCready, fresh salmon-safe ingredients prepared by chef Ethan Stowell, then invite guests out to Andrew Stout’s picturesque farm to enjoy them? Okay, yeah, maybe the title of this blurb gave the answer away. But regardless, Full Circle Farms will commence its Summer Harvest Feast at 5 with two ticket price options: $150 or $250.

Walking Tour of the Queen Anne Farmers Market
Renee Erickson (of Walrus and the Carpenter, Boat Street Cafe and the forthcoming Whale Wins) will lead a stroll through the market and answer questions regarding her favorite farm produce (a subject about which she has strong opinions). The walk starts at 5:30 at the chef’s tent.

FRIDAY July 27
Clips of Faith
New Belgium Brewing makes a stop in Seattle on its countrywide promotional tour bringing cheap samples of its signature beers and a screening of local filmmaker Sam Nuttman’s Bums Making a Mess All Over the City ‘Live’ – Cripple Creek. Bring blankets or lawn chairs and meet at Gas Works Park around 8, admission is free.

Leftover Lady Kitchen Consignment Sale
This Saturday Q Café will host Leftover Lady’s consignment sale featuring everything you’d ever need to full stock your shelves and cupboards. Snacks will be available to make your aisle perusing more pleasant. The sale runs 10-12.

MONDAY July 30
Ezell’s Life-Changing Deal
Recently, Ezell’s Famous Chicken lived up to its name by being crowned “best fried chicken in America” according to an Esquire magazine online poll. To celebrate, the chicken chain will dole out its popular two-piece dark meat meal for just $1.40—the amount charged in 1984 when the first location opened. The deal runs at all seven locations but only while supplies last

August 19 Urbane restaurant is hosting a competition for a chance to spend an evening cooking and conversing with Sounders midfielder Brad Evans. Enter here.

September 7 Bug chef extraordinaire David George Gordon will once again host his bug banquet feeding those daring enough to try his gourmet insect cuisines. The banquet is $20. Call 206-523-5282 for more info.

September 15 A day of horse racing at Emerald Downs will be accompanied by the Mobile Food Rodeo. Several of Seattle’s most notable food trucks will be in attendance serving guests from 1-6. For more info call 253-288-7711.
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