What to Do Every Night This Week: September 26, 2016

We’re cooking with cannabis, going on oyster crawls and hitting up the Brooklyn Botanic Garden’s Chile Pepper Festival.

Courtesy the Billion Oyster Project.

The Billion Oyster Crawl is happening through October 22. Illustration courtesy of the Billion Oyster Project.

Monday: If you’ve been watching the latest season of High Maintenance and have found yourself inspired, Brooklyn Kitchen is offering a Cooking with Cannabis class.

Tuesday: Virginia’s in the East Village is throwing a pop-up dinner with fried chicken from Bobwhite.

Wednesday: Yasmin Khan will discuss her new book, The Saffron Tales: Recipes From the Persian Kitchen, at Archestratus.

Thursday: Taste wine for an excellent cause in Bed-Stuy: The North East Brooklyn Housing Development Corporation is raising money for its aquafarm.

Friday: The Billion Oyster Crawl is happening through October 22, so pick up your passport and get slurping for a chance to win some great swag from the Billion Oyster Project.

Saturday: Those who like it spicy need to get over to the Chile Pepper Festival at the Brooklyn Botanic Garden.

Sunday: Learn how to make herb jam with cookbook author Sarah Owens at Edgemere Farm so that your meals can stay super-flavorful through the cold months.

Coming Soon: We have a German Feast panel coming up at Brooklyn Brewery on October 5—whet your appetite with our roundup of great German food. Make sure to pick up a ticket for Edible Escape on October 20, while you’re at it. Another Edible event to keep an eye on is this mini progressive dinner we’re planning in Williamsburg with Lenz Winery for October 13.

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