A Slow Taste of Tuscany St. Louis, MO / November 10, 2009 / www.slowfoodstl.org/sfstl_tuscan_dinner.pdf – Wednesday, November 18, 2009, join Slow Food St. Louis and Welcome Books as they team up with Onesto Pizza & Trattoria to present a celebration and special dinner commemorating the release of Welcome Books’ new book: SLOW: LIFE IN A [...]
Sunday, November 15, 2009, join Washington University’s student-run garden, Burning Kumquat, and Slow Food St. Louis for a screening of FRESH the movie. FRESH celebrates the farmers, thinkers and business people across America who are re-inventing our food system. Each has witnessed the rapid transformation of our agriculture into an industrial model, and confronted the [...]
Tuesday, November 3, join Slow Food St. Louis for a one-night screening of Mad City Chickens at the Schlafly Bottleworks. There is no set ticket price, but the suggested donation is $5.00. Mad City Chickens is a sometimes serious, sometimes whimsical look at the people who keep urban chickens in their backyards. From chicken experts [...]
Farmer, lecturer and author Joel Salatin will speak at Webster University‘s Grant Gymnasium Monday, October 5. The event is sponsored by the College of Arts & Sciences as part of the International Year of Human Rights 2009-10: The Right to Food and Water. Salatin is an American farmer, lecturer, and author whose books include You [...]
On Tuesday, October 6th, please join Washington University, along with The Burning Kumquat and their special guest, author Mollie Katzen, for a special day of events at the Washington University Danforth Campus. With over 6 million books in print, Katzen is and award-winning illustrator and best-selling author of such classic cookbooks as The Moosewood Cookbook [...]
Due to lack of interest, this event has been canceled. Sorry for the inconvenience. Slow Food St. Louis is happy to announce our first Pop-Culture trivia night happening on October 10th 2009, at The Heights Community Center (8001 Dale Avenue Richmond Heights, MO 63117.) The Slow Food St. Louis Trivia Night offers up a bevy [...]
Do you have a creative farming idea? Need practical guidance to help turn your farm into a profitable business? If you answered yes to these questions, then the Grow Your Farm course is right for you. Grow Your Farm will help you translate your farming ideas into a successful business venture. Grow Your Farm is [...]
On Tuesday, August 25, Monarch Restaurant will be hosting an Australian Wine Dinner at 6:30PM. Chef Josh Galliano and staff will be prepare five courses and each will be paired with wine for $65 per person (not including tax and gratuity). One of the winemakers may be attending, depending on this travel arrangements to the [...]
SloWednesday: SNAP For Local Food!
Wednesday, April 8 - Join Slow Food St. Louis, Schlafly Farmers Market manager Brian DeSmet, and Gabriel Hahn of Seeds of Hope Farm to learn about the SNAP 2 It! Double Dollar program.
Grants Help Farmers Seed a Delicious Future
St. Louis’ food future beckons with delicious variety because of investments being made this year in Missouri and Illinois farmers through Slow Food St. Louis’ biodiversity grants.
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