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The NYC Food Book Fair

The world's first event aimed at bringing together food publications from around the globe. In addition to cookbooks, the Food Book Fair will feature memoirs and magazines addressing diverse topics including science, food systems, agriculture, urban design, food art and culture.

A New Farm Grows in Brooklyn

A Q&A with Farmer Nora Painten. By Ed Yowell.

Volunteer to help "Eat to Give"

"Eat to Give" needs volunteers to spend some time at each participating restaurant with information about Bushwick Campus Farm and our programs.

Debut of the Queens County Market

The monthly Queens County Market is set to open with about two dozen vendors on April 14 at Sunnyside Community Services.

Culinary Interns wanted in Brooklyn

The Ger-Nis Culinary & Herb Center in Park Slope, Brooklyn, has 6 NEW Internships Available, each with a different focus.

Volunteer Days at Urban Harvest Garden

Come join our Farmer Nora and Slow Food NYC supporters to break ground on our newest school garden out in Brownsville, Brooklyn.

An Everlasting Meal, With Tamar Adler

Ger-Nis Culinary & Herb Center and Slow Food USA present a four class cooking series with Tamar Adler, author of the critically acclaimed 'An Everlasting Meal'. Slow Food members get a discount as well as a copy of the book. Sign up now.

Sign on to the NYC Food and Farm Bill Principles!

The NYC Food and Farm Bill Working Group will see to it that your voice, and the voices of many, many others, will be heard in Washington.

New York City Coalition Against Hunger Position

New York City Coalition Against Hunger (NYCCAH) is looking to fill a Program Coordinator position. Click to learn more.

Urban Harvest Cooking Club at Auto High

Every Thursday afternoon students at Automotive High School, in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, break with their ordinary studies and get hands-on experience preparing fresh, wholesome food. Recently they had a special guest who demonstrated the entire process of making sausage (sorry Bismarck), from butchering to serving. The kids rated it delicious.


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