What to Do Every Night This Week: November 7, 2016

Take your mind off the election with a packed slate of food and booze events.

The takeout box curtain at tonight's #thefutureischow opening at @mofad

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Monday: MOFAD will be celebrating the launch of Fuchsia Dunlop’s new book Land of Fish and Rice: Recipes From the Heart of ChinaThe price of admission also includes access to their new exhibit, “Chow: Making the Chinese American Restaurant.”

Tuesday: Get your umami on at Bedford & Co.

for the NYC White Truffle Festival.

Wednesday: As Is Craft Beer Bar invites you to meet the makers of Transmitter Brewing and Saxelby Cheeseand taste their new collaboration.

Thursday: Learn all the flavors of Latin American cooking at this class from the Natural Gourmet Institute.

Friday: Explore Singapore’s culinary heritage—a blend of many flavors and influences—at the James Beard House.

Saturday: Jimmy’s No. 43 will spend the entire weekend celebrating the Long Island Cheese Pumpkin and the man who saved its seeds. Enjoy beer, pie and more in the spirit of the season.

Sunday: Stop spending money on the jarred stuff and learn how to ferment your own kimchi at Genspace NYC.

Coming Soon: Join us in Hyde park at the Culinary Institute of America for The Edible Bar Symposium on how bartenders are shaping the culinary landscape. There will be a six-course cocktail-pairing dinner and a discussion.

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Alicia Kennedy is a Long Island–born, Brooklyn-based food writer and recipe developer.