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In Groton, Artesano Meadery celebrates the University of Vermont's second annual Public Philosophy Week with a thinker's taco throwdown in collaboration with Danville's Nacho Mama. With glasses of handcrafted honey wine (sweet or dry) in hand, visitors fill their plates from the taco bar and ponder the nature of introspection and dream jobs with Middlebury College philosophy professor Eric Levi Jacobson.
Public Philosophy Week Dinner: Friday, March 29, 5:30-8 p.m., Artesano Meadery, Groton. $35. Info, 584-9000, facebook.com/publicphilosophyweek.
More food events
March Oyster Night: Shellfish lovers tip back just-shucked Atlantic mollusks between sips of shellfish-friendly wines and teas. Friday, March 29, 4-8 p.m., the North Branch Café, Montpelier. Cost of food and drink; reservations required. Info, 552-8105, thenorth-branch.com.
Making Herb-Infused Medicinal Chocolate: Students prepare health-giving truffles and chocolate bark during a sweet hands-on workshop with Satori Foods herbal chocolatier Hailey Cohn. Saturday, March 30, 10 a.m.-1 p.m., Vermont Center for Integrative Herbalism, Montpelier. $35-40; preregister. Info, 224-7100, vtherbcenter.org.
Next-Level Seminar: Master the Unusual Vegetables: Gardeners learn the idiosyncrasies of finicky cultivars such as artichokes, celeriac, cauliflower and onions. Saturday, March 30, 10-11:30 a.m., Red Wagon Plants, Hinesburg. $30; preregister. Info, 482-4060, redwagonplants.com.