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Online tickets for the (s)low down Gala and Experience Auction now sold out, but you may pay by cash or check at the door...

Artisanal cocktails, seasonal treats and even a whole pig, slow roasted by our friends at Fatty 'Cue. Simply the best party of the season; please come out to support our work with NYC kids!

Help Save Our Historic Hudson Valley Food Shed

For New York City to secure access to fresh, local food, it must invest in conserving our region's farms.  Demand alone won't save the region's farmland. Real estate market dynamics always favor development over agriculture.


GRATITUDE to everyone who supported, donated, and shared our Indiegogo campaign in support of Urban Harvest Farm at Ujima. You've helped us make a difference to more children than ever before.

DUCK-OFF! 2016 Redux

A sell-out crowd of more than 100 friends of Slow Food NYC met at Jimmy's No.43 to join in the annual, delightfully delicious DUCK-OFF! Check out some of the winning recipes from the event.

Q&A with Ross Duffield

Q&A with the Farm Manager at Rodale Institute, one of Slow Food NYC's newest Producer Matrix partners, talking about the recent addition of livestock to their farming operation.

Growing an Educational Farm

The Slow Food NYC Urban Harvest at Ujima summer program needs your help to expand and improve. Visit our crowdfunding page and make a difference in the lives and education of hundreds of kids this summer.

Calling All Chefs!

Calling All Professional and Amateur Chefs to Compete in the Annual Slow Food NYC DUCK-OFF!

9th Annual Choice Eats Tasting Event

Over 50 handpicked restaurants from all five boroughs! Slow Food NYC is proud to be the charitable partner of The Village Voice's 9th Annual Choice Eats Tasting Event.

(Slow) Food for Thought: 'Tis the Season to Slow Down and Savor

Slow Food NYC is thrilled to present the third installment in a mini-series written by guest blogger Kelly McGlinchey about her time on the ground at Terra Madre Giovani in Milan.

Slow Food NYC Urban Harvest Needs Your Support!

Tuesday, December 1st is Giving Tuesday, when charities, families, businesses, organizations, and students come together for one common purpose: to celebrate generosity. Take this opportunity to support something you believe in, Good, Clean, and Fair Food education for our kids!


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