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Get a free taste of an otherwise pricey imported Spanish ham, Jamón Ibérico de Bellota, at Boqueria on Saturday. The new tapas joint in town has invited Spanish pork expert and master carver Francisco Carrasco to come help train the staff and educate customers on the fancy artisanal cured meat. The stuff normally costs $32 for a single ounce serving when you order from the menu. So here’s your chance to try it without shelling out the bucks. The free tasting is offered from 5 p.m. to 6 p.m.

Also this weekend: Smith Commons is offering some modest tax relief to one lucky soul. On Sunday, the first person that brings a copy of his tax return, showing an amount due or refund totaling $1,245 gets a $50 gift card to the restaurant.

Coming up: On Monday, J&G Steakhouse hosts a sake tasting, featuring two types of the Japanese wine from three different varieties, all paired with small plates by chef Philippe Reininger. Tickets are $84 and available here. And, next weekend: epic pork feast Cochon 555 takes place on Sunday, April 22.Tickets start at $125. Get yours here. Also happening that day: Oysterstock at Poste Moderne Brasserie, featuring live music, plentiful drink and meaty mollusks prepared multiple ways in the restaurant’s spacious courtyard. Tickets for that event are $75 and available here.

For more info and other options, click on any link in the Y&H food events calendar above.

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