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.
Time for Lunch Campaign update!
On December 3, 2010 the US House of Representatives passed the Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act.
“By a vote of 264 to 157, the House on Thursday passed the bill, which was approved in the Senate by unanimous consent in August. It goes now to President Obama, who intends to sign it.”
Congratulations! to everyone who helped make this historic event possible.
On Labor Day 2009, we threw a little potluck picnic – over 20,000 people in more than 300 Eat-Ins across all 50 states, from schoolyards to backyards, on farms and in gardens,… Continue reading
Big Pig Roast Potluck and Meat Share at Padre Picnic Area, Tilden Park.
A Slow Food Berkeley potluck picnic and farm visit to Devil’s Gulch Ranch in Nicasio, CA, well known for organic meat and veggies and as a world-class Pinot Noir vineyard. Owner/Farmer Mark Pasternak guided us on tour of the farm.