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Food Events for Sun., Nov. 18
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    Austin Empty Bowl Project

    This is the 22nd annual event, hosted by the Central Texas Food Bank, and it's as lovely as it is simple to participate: Select a ceramic bowl from the thousands donated by local potters; choose your favorite gourmet soups from Austin’s best chefs and restaurants, and enjoy lunch while listening to live music; take the bowl home with you. Is that still too much fuss? Then attend the fancy preview party on Saturday instead! Note: All proceeds benefit the CTFB children’s programs and Meals on Wheels Central Texas. Read Emily Beyda's article about the history and future of the event.
    Sun., Nov. 18, 11am-3pm. $25.  
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      Easy Tiger: Roll Out Your Turkey

      The Tiger's beer garden will be closed on the 22nd, but the bakery will be open that morning – the better to enhance your turkey-powered Taboo tournaments with freshly baked dinner rolls and hand-cut, perfect-for-stuffing croutons. Note: There will be limited availability on Thanksgiving and the day before, but that's why we buy early. Make sure to place your orders at least two days in advance – and by 5pm on Nov. 20 – for this bready artisanal goodness.
      Nov. 15-22
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      Wine & Swine

      This is the Austin Food and Wine Alliance's annual pairing-pork-with-vino-in-styles-of-global-diversity celebration, with chefs Kati Luedecke of Killa Wasi, Franklin Barbecue's Andrew Risner, Olamaie's Michael Fojtasek, Otoko's Yoshi Okai, Barlata's Daniel Olivella, Foreign & Domestic's Sarah Heard and Nathan Lemley, and – hell, a whole lot more of that stunning calibre, cooking up pigs to carnivorous perfection. Also, a panoply of wines, spirits, and various craft brews, all lusciously lubricating the array of food-laden booths and tables decking out the grounds of Camp Mabry on a golden afternoon.
      Sun., Nov. 18, 3-6pm. $75-150.  
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