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Week in Food: Jake Godby Dinner, Jam Workshop, Tequila Tailgate, Downtown Farmers Market, and More

Today, July 20

Baker and Banker's has got Humphry Slocombe's Jake Godby as a guest chef. Godby will be honing in on his previous non-ice cream expertise by whipping up a five-course meal featuring pretzel gruyere grilled cheese with green tomato jam and squash soup, parmesan dumplings with corn, upside-down cornbread, and local albacore with chicken-fried sweetbreads. In case you were hoping for some icy treat, there will be plum sorbet with earl grey broth and vanilla salt. Make reservations here for $65. 1701 Octavia St. (at Bush)

Thursday, July 21

Dafna Kory of Inna Jam is doing a DIY Slow Food workshop on homemade pluot jam with Urban Kitchen SF CUESA's Dacor Teaching Kitchen from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Register online here. One Ferry Building (at Embarcadero)

That same night, Tres is throwing a tailgating mixer and distillery dinner in their back lot with all-you-can-eat-and-drink margaritas, Milagro cocktails, and tailgating bites for $75 per person. RSVP at Events@TresSF.com. 130 Townsend St. (at Second)

Friday, July 22

Urban Table's farmers market at Mint Plaza returns through the end of October. The market goes from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. with live concerts at noon. Mint Plaza (at Fifth and Jessie Streets) 

Wednesday, July 27

Here's a good excuse to tip handsomely: Front-of-house servers and staff from restaurants such as Pacific Catch and Betelnut are donating their gratuities to One Night Stand Charity for the Northern Japan Earthquake Relief fund.