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NOHO — Brad Farmerie is teaming up with Portland chef Vitaly Paley to host an Oregon-centric dinner at Saxon + Parole next Thursday, June 27. The meal will be a four-course, family style feast, featuring various native Oregon ingredients like spot prawns, geoduck, and Oregon truffles. Dinner is $125 per person, to reserve a spot call 212-254-0350 or email Bethaney@saxonandparole.com. [EaterWire]

FLATIRON — This weekend's edition of the Guest Pitmaster Series at Hill Country Barbecue Market features Mark Pastore and both Pat LaFrieda, Jr. and Sr. For $35 per person, the trio will serve a "MEAT MEN" feast that will include grilled brisket, veal, Italian sausage, lamb ribs, and beer can game hen, plus sides, bourbon cocktails, and an Italian dessert buffet. For reservations call 212-255-4544 x13 or email laura@hillcountryny.com. [EaterWire]

SCANDALS ? It's been a bad day for Paula Deen's PR team. Making the rounds today are claims from an only-in-print article in the National Enquirer, alleging that there is video footage of a deposition in which the pharma-shill and buttermonger admits to a whole host of racist things. Twitter of course loved this, with #paulasbestdishes making the rounds lampooning Deen and her alleged racism. [Eater National]

GREENPOINT — Greenpoint Fish & Lobster Co., a sustainable fish market and cafe set to open this fall, launches this Sunday with a fundraiser at T.B.D. Beer Garden. There will be oysters, lobster rolls and ceviche, plus lessons on oyster shucking and lobster steaming. The fundraiser runs from noon to 4 p.m., with all proceeds going towards opening the market, which will eventually include fresh seafood and dry goods, plus soups and sandwiches, a raw bar, beer and wine. [EaterWire]
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