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Eat This Week, September 19 to 25, 2018: Chez September

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The Changing of the Seasons dinner - COURTESY OF SUZANNE PODHAIZER
  • Courtesy Of Suzanne Podhaizer
  • The Changing of the Seasons dinner

Chef Suzanne Podhaizer (a former Seven Days food writer) teams up with Half Pint Farm, 1000 Stone Farm and Badger Brook Meats to cook up a multicourse supper exploring the flavors of summer into fall. Find farm-fresh egg yolks tucked inside handmade pasta plated with roasted yellow tomatoes, Maple Wind Farm chickens braised in warm cider, local brisket and field-sweetened winter squash, among other equinox enjoyments. BYOB.

The Changing of the Seasons: Saturday, September 22, 6-9 p.m., Nomad Coffee, Burlington. $75; reservations required. Info, facebook.com/everytablevt.

Location Details Shelburne Orchards
216 Orchard Rd.
Chittenden County
Shelburne, VT
802-985-2753
Farm and Cidery

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The Breads and Food of Italy: Baker Hieke Meyer schools studenti in making ciabatta, focaccia, vinschgauer and Neapolitan pizza. Proceeds benefit Slow Food Vermont. Sunday, September 23, Brot Bakehouse School and Kitchen, Fairfax. $120. Info, brotbakery.com.

Ghost Orchards and Feral Apples: Naturalists lead visitors into the woods in search of long-forgotten orchards, then pause to press cider and drink of the fruit. Saturday, September 22, 9 a.m.-3 p.m., North Branch Nature Center, Montpelier. $35-45, preregister. Info, 229-6206, northbranchnaturecenter.org.

Pie Fest: Bakers submit their finest two-crust apple pies for a chance at local fame and fortune — and a $100 purse. Saturday, September 23, 11 a.m., Shelburne Orchards. Free, preregister. Info, shelburneorchards.com.