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Eat This Week, July 4 to 10, 2018: Veil of Summer 

click to enlarge Summer fare at Summervale - COURTESY OF THE INTERVAL ECENTER
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  • Summer fare at Summervale

In Burlington, the Intervale Center kicks off its Thursday evening summer soirées with eats from Farmers & Foragers, the Farmhouse Tap & Grill and American Flatbread Burlington Hearth, as well as a local bread tasting organized by Slow Food Vermont. To drink: seasonal suds from Zero Gravity Craft Brewery and ginger-tinged sippers by Halyard Brewing. Live music is provided by N'Goni Dub Trio.

Summervale: Thursdays through August 30, 5:30-8 p.m., the Intervale Center, Burlington. Cost of food and drink. Info,

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Grafton Food & Spirits Festival: Events including a kids' burger bash and a seven-course Italian supper with renowned chef Michele Scicolone mark the schedule of an all-day festival celebrating Vermont food and beverages. Saturday, July 7, various locations, Grafton. Price varies by event. Info,

Second Annual Backyard Boil: Resort visitors head to the back 40 for Louisiana crawfish, steamed mussels, andouille sausages, live music and lawn games. Sunday, July 8, 1-4 p.m., the Essex Culinary Resort & Spa. $19.96-39.95. Info, 800-727-4295,

Celebrate Your Farmer Social: The Northeast Organic Farming Association of Vermont's mobile pizza oven rolls into South Royalton for an afternoon of friendly, organically inspired chatter and farm tours. Wednesday, July 11, 5:30-8 p.m., Hurricane Flats, South Royalton. $10 suggested donation. Info,

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Hannah Palmer Egan

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Hannah Palmer Egan is a food and drink writer at Seven Days.


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