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Eat This Week, June 13 to 19, 2018: On Deck


Published June 13, 2018 at 10:00 a.m.

Seasonal gin sippers from Stonecutter Spirits - COURTESY OF STONECUTTER SPIRITS
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  • Seasonal gin sippers from Stonecutter Spirits

Sit back on a summer deck with a cocktail, whydontcha? At Stonecutter Spirits' summer deck party in Middlebury, seasonal sippers include gin drinks with lemon and melon or citrus and basil. Visitors can also engage in lawn games over cups of whiskey splashed with Champagne and peach or anise and bitters — and get their fingers sticky with saucy meats from Porky's Backyard BBQ & Smokehouse. Need more? will be there, too, scooping ice cream for dessert.

Back Deck Opening Party: Friday, June 15, Stonecutter Spirits, Middlebury. Cost of food and drink. Info, 388-3000,

More food events

Weed Walk and Nettle Pesto Making With Spoonful Herbals: Farm visitors identify forage during a woodsy wander, then process their finds into tasty, nutrient-dense spreads. Saturday, June 16, 10 a.m.-noon, Shelburne Farms. $20. Info, 985-8686,

Winemakers Dinner: Chef Jevgenija Saromova and host Mara Mehlman team up with Vermont's Snow Farm Vineyard for an elegant five-course tasting supper. Saturday, June 16, 7 p.m., the Lincoln Inn & Restaurant at the Covered Bridge, Woodstock. $85. Info, 457-7052,

Artisan Bread Baking: Baguettes From the Wood-Fired Oven With Randy George of Red Hen Baking Co.: Students mix, ferment, fold and shape their way to professional-quality French-style loaves. Sunday, June 17, 10 a.m.-3 p.m., Brot Bakehouse School and Kitchen, Fairfax. $125. Info, 370-4077,

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