What to Do Every Night This Week: October 10, 2016

Wine pairings, green tea, celebrity chefs and more are on the packed agenda.

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Monday: Wouldn’t it be nice to know a bit more about what you’re imbibing? Head over to Brooklyn Brainery for ‘The History of Gin,’ so that you might sip your G&Ts more wisely.

Tuesday: Spanish food comes to New York City by way of Asheville, North Carolina, when chef Katie Button launches her cookbook Cúrate at El Quinto Pino.



Wednesday:
GreenThumb NYC wants to educate community gardeners on how to keep their finances well-managed.

Thursday: Join us for the Lenz Winery Presents: Fall Mini-Progressive Dinner for wine pairings and seasonal dishes at various restaurants in Williamsburg.

Friday: All weekend long, the New York City Wine and Food Festival is happening to benefit the No Kid Hungry campaign and Food Bank for New York. Rub elbows with celebrity chefs for a good cause.

Saturday: Head to Edgemere Farm to learn how to preserve green tomatoes with cookbook author Sarah Owens.

Sunday: Learn Sencha, the art of steaming this specific Japanese green tea. Taste three different varietals that get three different steaming times.

Coming Soon: Make sure to get your ticket for next week’s Edible Escape! We’ll be eating up a huge variety of global cuisines, without leaving the Lower East Side.

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