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Madison eats agenda: National Mustard Day, Fiestas Patrias, and DIY jelly
The week in food

The coming week, in events that get to your heart through your stomach.

Monday, July 27

Madison Restaurant Week began yesterday -- but you were outside having too much fun, right? The three-course meals for $25 continue through Friday at a raft of local restaurants; take advantage.

Tuesday, July 28

Enjoy grilled summer goodies and help Community GroundWorks build a new greenhouse at Troy Gardens. All proceeds will go to the nonprofit organization's greenhouse fund. Whole Foods Market, 3313 University Ave., 4-8 p.m.

Saturday, Aug. 1

The Mustard Museum is putting on its final National Mustard Day in Mount Horeb today before moving on to a new home in Middleton. This celebration revolves around the venerable condiment, the eats including 3,000 Oscar Mayer Jumbo Beef Franks (free with mustard, $10 with ketchup), frozen mustard custard from Culver's, cheese and mustard pairings, and tastings by Grey Poupon, Robert Rothschild Farms, Silver Spring, Hawkwind Mustard, and The Mustard Girl. Live music, mustard-themed games, and other yellow-tinged activities round out the day, with proceeds from donations for the eats going to the Mount Horeb Food Pantry. Mount Horeb Mustard Museum, 100 W. Main St., Mount Horeb, 10 a.m.-4 p.m., free.

Learn the basics of preparing and canning jams and jellies from John and Joan Oosterwyk, 25-year veterans of the Dane County Farmers' Market. Make and can your own jelly at the Fitchburg Fields event, and take home their canning tips and tricks as well. Fitchburg Community Center, 5510 Lacy Rd., Fitchburg, 4-7 p.m., cost TBA. Call 608-223-9571 for more information.

Celebrate Fiestas Patrias, Independence Day in Peru, with authentic Peruvian food. While you chow down, enjoy cultural dance groups such as Brisas del Peru and Alma Criolla, as well as crafts from the Madison Children's Museum. Elver Park, 1236 McKenna Blvd., 11:30 a.m. to 9 p.m., free.

Ever want to see how the Great Dane brews your Peck's Pilsner? The pub offers a public brewery tour the first Saturday of every month (and that's today). Call 608-284-0000 to let them know you're coming. Great Dane Downtown, 123 E. Doty St., 2 p.m., free.

Monday, Aug. 3

The Friendly Supper Club is a monthly interracial dinner for all ages. Wong's Garden, 2044 Atwood Ave., 6:30 p.m. Call 608-249-5979 for more information.

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