ON THE PLATE UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE The good people at Pesos have some advice for you: In case of hangover, wake up to cheddar and

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ON THE PLATE UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE The good people at Pesos have some advice for you: In case of hangover, wake up to cheddar and chive biscuits with jalapeño sausage gravy. They're unveiling their Hangover Breakfast, which may go down like a lead sock but can purportedly cure what ails you. Friday, Saturday, and Sunday mornings only! 605 Queen Anne Ave. N., 206-283-9353. LOWER QUEEN ANNE THROUGH THE SUMMER Beer at breakfast, omelets from Oaxaca, and something called "square dancin' squid." Jitterbug's summer menu has arrived, so go in for "blunch" or a late-night breakfast and order the "oh, lord, yes, we have a burger" and something equally fanciful on the side. 2114 N. 45th St., 206-547-6313. WALLINGFORD AUGUST 2-3 A mighty wind, indeed. The musical fruit will be in ample supply at Yakima's ninth annual chili festival, organized by Guerra Produce. $5-$12. 11 a.m.-6 p.m. 4800 Maple Grove Rd., 509-837-8897. YAKIMA AUGUST 3 Talk about hospitality. Nancy and Kaspar Donier of Kaspar's Restaurant and Wine Bar are inviting you (yes, you!) to their Whatcom County farm. You'll eat a five-course gourmet barbecue lunch and tour Mount Baker Vineyards, the winery next door. $85. Noon. 5133 Reese Hill Rd., 206-298-0123, www.kaspars.com. MOUNT BAKER HIGHWAY August 6 New England's a long way away, but you'll almost smell the salty sea air when author Brooke Dojny signs your copy of The New England Clam Shack Cookbook. Rumored to contain plenty of chowder secrets! The event also includes a clam-oriented demonstration. Free. 6:30 p.m. 17171 Bothell Way N.E., 206-366-3333. LAKE FOREST PARK AUGUST 7 This week's guest chef at FareStartJohnathan Sundstrom of Earth & Oceanis bound to make his appearance a night to remember. The menu includes heirloom tomato salad, rosemary leg of lamb, and featured wines from the Chinook Winery. We pity da fool who misses out on this one. $16.95. 5:30-7:45 p.m. 1902 Second Ave., 206-443-1233. BELLTOWN AUGUST 8-10 Reason No. 1 to attend the Taste of Edmonds festival: "palatable delights" of every possible Edmondsian sort. Reason No. 2: "inflatable rides" and other kid-pleasing paraphernalia. Reason No. 3: an appearance by legendary (?) rock band the Penguins. $2. 11 a.m.-10 p.m. Fri. and Sat.; 11 a.m.-7 p.m. Sun. Seventh Avenue and Bell Street, 425-776-6711. EDMONDS AUGUST 9 Two culinary divas with star power to burn (Kathy Casey and Pike Place Market Cookbook author Braiden Rex-Johnson) team up for a book signing and tasting extravaganza at Casey's Market venture, Dish D'lish. Free. 1:30-3 p.m. 1501 Pike Place, 206-223-1848. PIKE PLACE MARKET ON TAP AUGUST 10 Been to enough summer brewfests yet? We didn't think so. Get your suds next week in festive Mount Vernon, where six microbreweries and three absurdly named bands (including evergreen favorite Frankly Moanin') should rocket you to beer-soaked bliss. $15. 1-7 p.m. 416 Gates St., 360-336-8955. MOUNT VERNON THE GRAPEVINE JULY 30 Last week we brought you muchas tapas; this week it's Spanish vino, at the aptly named "Night in Barcelona" event hosted by Impromptu Wine & Art Bar. $15. 7 p.m. 4235 E. Madison St., 206-860-1569. MADISON PARK AUGUST 2 You love wine. You love food. Celebrate both at the Seattle Enological Society's 29th annual Wine and Food Fest. This year, wineries from Washington, Oregon, Idaho, and British Columbia will submit up to 200 wines for judging. Every competition wine will be available for tasting at the festival. The SSCC Catering Department will provide dinner. $70 ($60 members). 5-9:30 p.m. SSCC, 6000 16th Ave. S.W., 425-775-7168. WEST SEATTLE AUGUST 6 Everyone's singing the praises of small vineyards these days (or so it seems). As far as we're concerned, it's about damn time. Josh Hanson will further explicate their virtues at a fabulous Italian dinner. $85. 7 p.m. 15500 Six Penny Lane, 425-793-4645. NEWCASTLE AUGUST 10 The Loire Valley of France may be known for its châteaux, but between sight-seeing ventures the canny visitor will take the time to get properly sloshed. Local sommelier Arnie Millan will discuss Loire wines at length as Margaux's Chef Zarkades concocts a five-course feast. $75. 7 p.m. 401 Lenora St., 206-777-1990. DOWNTOWN SEATTLE BACK TO SCHOOL JULY 31 If you've ever faced the conundrum of what to do with your leftover chicken, this Whole Foods class is for you. On the menu: cashew chicken salad and chili-corn chicken casserole. Mmmm . . . leftovers. $20. 6-8 p.m. 1026 N.E. 64th St., 206-985-1500. ROOSEVELT AUGUST 6 You have the jug of wine. "Thou" is by your side. What's missing is the loaf of bread, and Santa Rosa baker Peter Reinhart can teach you how to make it at his one-night bread intensive. Wow your dearly beloved with sourdough, rye, focaccia, or mushroom ciabatta. $55. 6 p.m. 90 Central Way, 425-827-1311. KIRKLAND AUGUST 10 The Mediterranean pantry is one worth raiding, but Hope Sandler will save you the trouble at her workshop featuring staples of Med cuisine (mostly Italian, with a dash of Greek). If you've ever wanted to make your own herbed goat cheese, this class is for you. $46. 5:30-8:30 p.m. 2900 Blakely St., 206-528-8192. UNIVERSITY DISTRICT AUGUST 11-15 Parents of children with Food Network dreams may want to listen up: Kaspar Donier has created a junior-chef culinary summer camp, and your little Jamie Oliver wanna-bes are invited. Classes, snacks, and lunch are included in tuition, which also pays for a bona fide chef's toque and apron. $250. 9:30 a.m.-1 p.m. 19 W. Harrison St., 206-298-0123. LOWER QUEEN ANNE food@seattleweekly.com

 
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