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Eat This Week, August 8 to 14, 2018: Swine and Wine

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What rhymes with pork? Cork! On Saturday, August 11, Burlington's Dedalus Wine Shop, Market & Wine Bar teams up with Black Diamond Barbecue and vom Boden wine imports for a night of smoked meat and German wines. Vom Boden founder Stephen Bitterolf will be on the lawn pouring glasses of golden dry Rieslings, sparkling pét-nats and food-friendly alpine reds. Meanwhile, Morrisville meat man Jason Pacioni and company dish smoke-tinged pork and poultry with cool summer slaws and pickles, mac and cheese, and sauces a-slather.

Pig & the Princess: Saturday, August 11, 4-10 p.m., Dedalus Wine Shop, Market & Wine Bar, Burlington. $33.30. Info, 865-2368, dedaluswine.com.

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Building Soil From the Ground Up: Farm visitors take in tips on improving soil fertility and water retention and enhancing the local underground microbiome through methods such as composting, cover cropping, hugelkultur and companion planting. Saturday, August 11, 10 a.m.-4 p.m., Linden Road, Hartland. $40-50. Info, nofavt.org.

Vermont Cheesemakers Festival: Foodies join more than 40 Vermont cheesemakers for a day of tastings, workshops and demos featuring hundreds of Vermont food and beverage artisans. Sunday, August 12, Shelburne Farms. $20-175. Info, vtcheesefest.com.

Addison County Fair & Field Days: Ag enthusiasts check out exhibits featuring rare-breed animals along with horses and oxen, as well as tractor pulls, fried dough and carnival rides. Through Saturday, August 11, Addison County Fairgrounds, New Haven. $5-45. Info, addisoncountyfielddays.com.

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