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Pigs and Pies at Roberta's; Food Fit For A Bun At Mas

BUSHWICK — S. Wallace Edwards & Sons, a Virginia-based producer of traditional cured and smoked hams, bacon, sausage and more is hosting a "ham and cheese" garden party at Roberta's this Friday. The Pigs and Pies even will include charcuterie from the third-generation company, plus pizzas topped with their bacon, sausage, ham, and other meats. Tickets are $55 per person and can be purchased online. For even more pork, Edwards is also doing a brunch at Seersucker on Sunday, with country ham, sausage, scrambled eggs, and grits. [EaterWire]

WEST VILLAGE — Mas (la grillade) is serving a "Fit for a Bun" menu for the Fourth of July, in which all of the entrees are some form of sandwich. This includes things like a lamb burger, a lobster roll, and a hotdog, all of which come with potato salad and a pickle. There will also be some festive appetizers and desserts that do not involve buns. Make reservations online or by calling 212-255-1795. [EaterWire]

DOWNTOWN BROOKLYN — The Gowanus Nite Market is organizing a Nite Market on June 28 in Grove Alley, a tiny, gritty, unknown street between Fulton and Livingston. The event will include live music, beer, and crafts and vintage goods for sale, as well food trucks like The Morris Truck, Coolhaus, and Hibachi Heaven. RSVP for free online. [EaterWire]

DEATHMATCH — Two of this week's most talked-about subjects are surely Paula Deen and cronuts. For help figuring out how they stand up to one another, Eater National breaks down Paula Deen vs. Cronuts into this handy infographic. Spoiler: only one of them qualifies as "A sweet delicious thing you want to put in your mouth." [~N~]


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