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Eat This Week, May 30 to June 5, 2018: Clam Shack

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Steamed clams from Joe's Kitchen at Screamin' Ridge Farm - SALLY POLLACK
  • Sally Pollack
  • Steamed clams from Joe's Kitchen at Screamin' Ridge Farm

Montpelier's pop-up clam shack returns for its second year, with chef Joe Buley dishing out Maine lobster rolls, New England steamer clams and other treats of the sea awash in melted butter. Pair a bowl of shells with cold brews from Citizen Cider, 14th Star Brewing, von Trapp Brewing and Zero Gravity Craft Brewing, among others.

Cans and Clams: Saturdays through September, noon-8 p.m., Joe's Kitchen at Screamin' Ridge Farm, Montpelier. Cost of food and drink. Info, 461-5371, facebook.com/screamin.ridge.farm.vt.

More food events

Slow Living Summit: Food entrepreneurs, policy wonks and the agriculturally curious gather for thoughtful conversation and networking to build a more inclusive and resilient food system. Thursday, May 31, through Friday, June 1, at various locations, Brattleboro. Prices vary by event. Info, slowlivingsummit.org.

NEK Supperclub: The Hero's Journey: Chef Elizabeth Chadwick and creative director Beana Bern team up to serve five poetic culinary courses — with cocktails, wine and beer — celebrating Vermont's transition from winter to spring. Thursday, May 31, 6 p.m., location provided with RSVP, South Albany. $100, reservations required. Info, neksupper.club.

Nourish Vermont Workshop: Farm visitors explore commonalities among traditional diets while learning how lifestyle and external environments affect one's health. Friday, June 1, through Saturday, June 2, Shelburne Farms. $25-100 per day, sliding scale. Info, 985-8686, shelburnefarms.org.

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