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    Texas Monthly BBQ Fest Weekend

    These Texas Monthly people know their 'cue, all right, and here they've set aside a weekend of special events with the best pitmasters and top chefs and the finest goddamn brisket 'n' ribs 'n' such that this Lone Star territory has to offer. (Note: Yes, of course Aaron Franklin is gonna be part of it.) The main gig is at the Long Center on Sunday, but there's related events going on all 'round Texas. Why, you could partake of the whole succulent shebang like a downhome gourmand and never go wrong once, pardner, save for maybe a sauce stain on your new jeans.
    Sun., Nov. 4, 1-4pm. $10-165.  
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    Wurstfest

    Texas’ most famous sausage festival celebrates the area’s German heritage with food, craft beers, music, and family fun over 10 days.
    Through Nov. 11
    New Braunfels
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    Gaz Oakley: Avant Garde Vegan

    Yes, that endearing Welshman, that vegan chef with the popular YouTube channel, is in Austin to present his second cookbook, Vegan Christmas, just in time to help you start planning for those winter-holiday feasts. Even if you're an inveterate carnivore, oh, you know the man's sweet potato waffles and tofu Benedicts are gonna treat your tastebuds right.
    Sat., Nov. 3, 2pm
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    Goodall’s Afternoon Tea

    Mmmmm, sip your weekend afternoons away with a selection of organic blends from Austin-based Zhi Teas and an assortment of traditional tea sandwiches, pastries, and confectionary sweets.
    Saturdays & Sundays, 3-5pm.. $15-25.
    Goodall’s Kitchen, 1900 Rio Grande at the Hotel Ella, 512/628-4200
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    Sweet Eats Fruit Farm Fall Festival

    Located east of Georgetown on the banks of the San Gabriel river shaded by pecan trees, Sweet Eats Farm is a peach orchard that offers activities for the whole family to enjoy. This fall, Sweet Eats will be hosting a fall festival featuring classics like hay rides, face painting, and a pumpkin patch.
    Through Nov. 4. Sat.-Sun., 9am-6pm
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