Food Events

Oct. 22-29

› Theatre Action Project and Central Market (4001 N. Lamar) present Cupcake-a-Doodle-Do, a throwdown for the best cupcake in town between some of Austin's best bakeries, with live music, arts & crafts, and storytelling. A $5 suggested donation supports TAP programs. Saturday, Oct. 22, noon-3pm.

Satellite Bistro & Bar (5900 Slaughter #400) celebrates 12 years in business with an AnniverSoiree featuring live music from the Copa Kings and $5 raffle tickets for some great prizes. Saturday, Oct. 22, 7pm.

› Faraday's Kitchen Store (1501-A RR 620 N.) hosts a two-part gluten-free baking series with chef Kate Payne. The first week focuses on pie, the second on breads and muffins. $89; call 266-5666 to make reservations. Saturdays, Oct. 22 & 29, 10am-noon.

› Max's Wine Dive (207 San Jacinto) and Lasco Enter­prises host the Austin Cellar Classic with tastes of 75 wines, finger foods, live music, and souvenir glasses. $40 admission; $100 VIP admission includes premier limited-edition wines and an expanded menu at Black Door Wine Lounge. Tickets: Saturday, Oct. 22, noon-4pm.

› European-Bistro (111 E. Main St., Pflug­er­ville) hosts a four-course Hungarian feast and concert presented by Keskeny Ferenc & His Gypsy Band. $65, all-inclusive. Sunday, Oct. 23, 5pm.

› Enjoy a multicourse meal by chef Jason Dodge, paired with cocktails by mixologist Chauncy James, at charity supper club A Torrid Affair, on the grounds of Springdale Farm (755 Springdale Rd.). Benefits the Sustainable Food Center and Dell Children's Medical Center. Buy tickets at the Spring­dale farm stand. Monday, Oct. 24, 7:30pm.

› The Rosewood Zaragosa Neighborhood Center (2600 Webberville Rd.) celebrates World Food Day with free health screenings, healthy cooking demonstrations, food safety tips, and drawings for free food baskets. Monday, Oct. 24, 11am-2pm.

› Experience an Outstanding in the Field dinner prepared by La Condesa chefs Rene Ortiz and Laura Sawicki on the grounds of Rain Lily Farm (914 Shady Ln.). Reserva­tions necessary: Tuesday, Oct. 25, 2pm.

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