A very successful potluck was enjoyed by all!
Saturday, January 9th, 2010 from 12pm-3pm
Held at The Bread Project Headquarters; 1701 San Pablo Avenue, Berkeley, CA 94702. (map)
Save the Date for a festive potluck lunch on Saturday, January 9th, 2010 from 12pm-3pm to welcome the New Year and our over 200 new members! Our friends at the The Bread Project have graciously offered to let us… Continue reading
Another successful Slow Food Berkeley workshop! Thanks to all for coming.
Sunday, November 8. 4:00pm – 7:00pm
Join us for a celebration of Native American harvest ingredients with chef John Farais. John will discuss the growing, drying, and storage of traditional ingredients such as acorns, seaweed, and native tubers as he demonstrates recipes updated for modern kitchens. Attendees will taste John’s work, get some hands-on experience, and return home with their own set of recipes. The final subjects will be decided by availability, but may include prickly pear, amaranth, native fruits, and more. Limit 25 attendees.
We had a terrifically successful workshop! Thanks to all for coming.
Monday, October 12. 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Rudy Duran, chef and owner of C’era Una Volta will teach the secrets of the Italian giardiniera salad at his restaurant in Alameda. You will help the chef cut and chop all the seasonal vegetables from Rudy’s recipe and you will assist the “maestro” in preparing this preserve, which is mildly flavored and will accompany many great winter dishes in the coming months!
You will bring home a quart of the giardiniera preserve at the end of the night… Continue reading
Slow Food Berkeley Tomato U-Pick at Mariquita Farms, an organic vegetable grower in Hollister, CA. Farmer Andy Griffin gave a seminar on local, organic farming and cooked up a mean Nardello pepper or fifty.