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Slough Food Paella Party; Washington Loves Mexican Food

EDISON— Slough Food's semi-regular paella parties are worth the drive north to Bow-Edison; the next one happens this Sunday from noon to 4 p.m. Paella Works will prepare Spanish rice with mussels, scallops, prawns, seasonal vegetables, and chorizo out back, paired with homemade sangria and Kulshan Brewing IPA. No reservations are required. [EaterWire]

TABLE-TO-FARM—Pair chef Derek Bugge is preparing a multi-course meal this Sunday at Helsing Junction Farm along the Chehalis river. Before dinner, the organic farm hosts tours and cider and wine tastings; $110 tickets are for sale online, or pitch a tent and spend the night, then have breakfast at the farm for a few dollars more. [EaterWire]

RANDOM MAPS— Estately's new "United States of Deliciousness" map uses data from Urbanspoon to assign each state a favorite food based on the number of restaurants in categories (excluding the most common—"American," pizza, burgers, sandwiches, and fast food.) Long story short, Washingtonians prefer Mexican food. [Estately]
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