Join us for the first Potluck of 2010.This is a no excuses potluck! Make something you've never made before. Take a chance. Mistakes are the portals of discovery and occasionally taste great too! At the very least you will have a story to tell and what's better to share over dinner. If you've been hemming and hawing on the periphery of the Slow Food world, roll up your sleeves and get cooking. And remember local is good.If you've wanted to join in this is your chance. Stop robbing us of the…See More
You are invited to a discussion about The 21st Century Farmers Market, lead by Robert Andrew Smith, Executive Director of The Leaflight, Inc. http://leaflight.org/The 21st Century Farmers Market program unites farmers and SNAP recipients by providing farmers markets with: technical, administrative, financial, managerial, and in-kind support. This program enables small, low-income farmers to process EBT, along with credit and debit transactions at farmers’…See More
"FRESH" screening & panel discussionA film that celebrates the farmers, thinkers and business people across America who are re-inventing our food system.This event is free to the public.Join Central Piedmont Community College's Center for Sustainability & Slow Food Charlotte for a screening of the movie “FRESH” along with a food forum/discussionNovember 5, 7:30 p.m.Tate Hall, CPCC Central Campus.See More
Friendship Trays & Slow Food Charlotteinvite you to our Autumn Garden Partyto celebrate our new collaborativeeducation and demonstration garden.Delicious food from lots of local farmsprepared by many of Charlotte’s best chefs.Seven tasting stations,multiple wine bars,dessert destinations,music, mimes, and merrimentawait you beneath the stars.It’s time toSeize the Autumn!Come join us in and around the gardenFriday, October 23, 20097-10 PM$75 per personR.S.V.P.Friendshiptrays@gmail.comDon't…See More
Fisher Farms is hosting a farm to table dinnerat the Bed and Bike Innin Gold Hill, NCSaturday, October 3, 2009From 6 – 10 PMA five course meal sourced from local farmsLaughing Owl,Nise’s Herbs,Carlea,Grateful Growers,Yesterwaysand more.Prepared by Chefs:Chef Sean Dowling of 131 Main in DilworthSous Chef Jamie Lynch of Barrington’sSous Chef Sam Jett of Blue Restaurant and BarChef Zach Renner of Grateful Growers Harvest Moon…See More
The “Peach Procession” – Field Trip to the Sanders’ Family Farm, Sat., Aug 8, 9:30 a.m.Summer is flying by! Before it ends, let's go to Dori Sanders' family farm stand for peaches, melons and more. Saturday morning, August 8.The Sanders family farm is one of the longest operating African-American-owned farms in South Carolina. And the only farm whose proprietress is a novelist and nationally-known cookbook author.http://www.amazon.com/Dori-Sanders-Country-Cooking-Recipes/dp/1565121171We’ll meet…See More
The Inn at New Town FarmsInvites you to a heart of the summerOn-Farm-DinnerFeaturing Chef Tim GroodySaturday Evening 7:00 PM August 1, 2009From farm to farm tableTim will work with organic summer vegetables and fruits, pastured poultry, and heritage pork to prepare a 5 Course Meal. Paired with natural organic wines by The Wine Shop at Foxcroft.It is a great honor to have the chef/activist Tim Groody cooking on the farm. We began working with Tim 11 years ago. He has been at the forefront of…See More
Well I am a bit confused, the potluck you asked about was last October and I also just noticed that someone else made the assumption that it was this year as well, uh oh!!! So to answer the question we are not having the potluck this year, there was an Oktoberfest last Saturday at Matt and Christine's, and that is the only dinner that I know of being planned!