Slow Food Charlotte is proud to announce a Pollen-Free PotluckThe rules of engagement are as follows:No pollen muffins, no pollen saffron paella, no pollen encrusted tuna with Benadryl aoili, no braised beef & chanterelle mushroom stuffed pollen agnolotti in a port wine & shallot Zyrtec reduction or anything that appears to be made of an incidious fine yellow green dusty substance, wasabi excluded. Beyond that you are free to experiment and make whole the experience of gathering for…See More
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
The last potluck of 2009 inspired by Terra Madre DayBring a dish, as local as can be, or just come join us for some fine camaraderie and gathering of good times.No excuses that you are intimidated, just bring a smile, we don't bite, well some of us do, but they will be tethered and muzzled in a corner with little reindeer antlers so you can easily avoid them. The rest of us welcome you and hope you can make it to this profoundly casual affair.See More
We would so love to have you. Now there will be three Italian speaking guests and one Italian who understands! Yes the event is 60.00 per person .
Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I will forward all of the details. The June 10th event with Luca is almost sold out. It will be wonderful. Marianne