Neville will discuss local cheesemaker’s farms and the making of great local cheeses. Come and enjoy this opportunity to taste local cheeses made by local farmers, meet the farmers, and spend an evening learning about the process that brings wholesomeness and goodness to our tables.
Special guest Veronica Baetje of Baetje Farms will also be in attendance. Veronica is a local artisanal cheesemaker producing a variety of award winning goat cheeses. Veronica, along with her husband Steve, has a beautiful goat farmstead in Bloomsdale, MO.
Special thanks to Josh Allen and Companion for hosting this event!
Date: Thursday, December 11, 2008, 6:00 pm
Location: Companion in the Central West End (4651 Maryland Ave, 63108)
Cost: Free (Drinks will be available for purchase at Companion)
RSVP: Space is limited to 30 people so please RSVP to Brenda Guillory at firstname.lastname@example.org
Also, please join Slow Food St. Louis at the Missouri History Museum for their Green Living Expo on Sunday, December 7th. The event features eco-friendly shopping, educational demonstrations, a screening of an extended version of the hit documentary King Corn, music, and more!
The Missouri History Museum has the honor of hosting the Field Museum’s George Washington Carver Exhibit from November 2nd, 2008 through March 1, 2009. This special exhibition explores Carver’s multifaceted legacy — including the use of environmentally conscious products. His life’s work inspired the History Museum to provide families with an enjoyable and educational event exploring green living.
Other participants include: My Green Boutique, Boutique Chartreuse, Ameren’s Pure Power, Patty Long Catering, Little Pleasures Food, Squaresville Green, Isabee’s Honey, Energy Solutions, Trailnet, Better Life, Go Green Clean, Herb ‘n Living, Home Eco, Green It!, Carver House, Earthways Center, Missouri Botanical Garden & US Green Building Council St. Louis, Kakao Chocolate, and Mound City Shelled Nut Company.
Date: Sunday, December 7, 2008, 11:00 am
Location: Throughout the Missouri History Museum (Lindell and DeBaliviere in Forest Park)
RSVP: Not necessary … just stop by the Missouri History Museum and the Slow Food St. Louis booth and find out what we’re up to!