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June 24-July 1

Dr. Foo Swasdee, chef/owner of Satay (3202 Anderson #205, 467-6731, www.satayusa.com), hosts a Technology Thursday seminar on the marketing potential of social media presented by Rose King with appetizers prepared by the chef herself. $25 for the seminar and food. Make necessary reservations by calling the restaurant, or e-mail [email protected]. Thursday, June 24, 5:30-8pm.

• Enjoy the final two Urban Roots Community Lunches at the farm (7651 Delwau) with chef Rene Ortiz of La Condesa (June 25) and chef Ethan Holmes of Snap Kitchen (July 9). $10 donation – make reservations at www.youthlaunch.org. Fridays, June 25 & July 9, 11:30am-1pm.

Pamela Walker, author of Growing Good Things to Eat in Texas (Texas A&M Press, $23), will sign copies of her book during market at Boggy Creek Farm (3414 Lyons, www.boggycreekfarm.com). Saturday, June 26, 9am-noon.

Edible Austin magazine and Ideal Productions host a Texas Artisan Showcase to benefit Slow Food Austin at Space 12 (3121 E. 12th). Tasting stations will feature Texas foods, coffees, teas, beers, and spirits. Tickets are $60 ($55 for Slow Food members). See complete details at www.slowfoodaustin.org; buy tickets at www.brownpapertickets.com. Saturday, June 26, 4-8pm.

Apothecary Cafe & Wine Bar (4800 Burnet Rd. #450, 371-1600, www.apothecaryaustin.com) joins forces with Delysia Chocolatier to present an evening of Champagne, wine, and chocolate truffle pairings. Pairings of one drink and three truffles are individually priced. Saturday, June 26, 6-8pm.

• Chef James Holmes of Olivia (2043 S. Lamar, 804-2700, www.olivia-austin.com) presents the (512) Brewers Dinner & Pig Feast with six courses of Richardson Farms pork paired with the craft brews of (512) Brewery. $50; reservations necessary. Thursday, July 1, 7pm.

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