Christopher Godin is re-opening an old Portland favorite, Granny’s Burritos, in the Public Market House in Monument Square. He’s planning a grand opening event for 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sunday, according to his announcement on Facebook, but says that’s a tentative date (maybe even “recklessly optimistic”), and it may take longer to get his wraps in a row.

A new Southern-style barbecue joint called Sea Smoke BBQ has opened in the Little Dolphin Plaza at 183 Route 1 in Scarborough. Pulled pork, brisket, smoked chicken and smoked sausage can be bought by the pound or in sandwiches, plates and platters. Baby-back or St. Louis-style ribs are also available, as well as sides such as corn bread casserole, baked beans and collard greens. Go early, because they’ve been running out of food.

The Salt Exchange, 245 Commercial St., Portland, has a new chef and a new $10 fixed price lunch menu. Adam White previously worked at David’s and Restaurant Oolong in Portland, and at the Hurricane Restaurant in Kennebunkport and Clay Hill Farm in York.

Portland food blogger Joe Ricchio is raising money for a series of short films that will explore Maine’s food culture outside the city of Portland. Food Coma TV will produce 10-minute episodes in five locations, beginning with Bangor, that will be shown for free online and then later compiled into a longer documentary. So far, the project has 89 backers who have pledged just under $4,200 of the $6,500 goal at kickstarter.com, a fundraising website. For more information, go to foodcoma.tv.