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Whatcha Gonna Do When the Fish Cops Come for You?

We may not all be lucky enough to live near a dock, but we can ask questions and demand traceability and a clear story behind the fish that we purchase.

The fourth annual Food Sovereignty Prize Ceremony

In celebration of those grassroots activists working for a more democratic food system, the fourth annual Food Sovereignty Prize champions the right of people to determine their own food and agriculture policies and the grassroots groups that defend it!

New York Spirits Come Together to Show Their Stuff

By 7:30 in the evening, Haven's Kitchen was brimming with Slow Food members happily imbibing their way through Slow Food NYC's First Annual Spirits of New York Cocktail Event.

Governor’s Island Summer 2012 Events

Announcing the summer cook-out events for 2012, including the return of Cook-Out NYC and Pig Island and introducing a new event, 5-Boro PicNYC.

So, Who Needs a Farm Bill?

You do! Find out why New Yorkers need to care about the Food and Farm Bill and what you can do to help make sure that the new Food and Farm Bill is a Good, Clean, and Fair one.

“Meat With A Twist” Cocktail Party To Launch NYC Meat Week

To kick off the first (annual) NYC Meat Week (November 7th-12th) in style, "Meat with a Twist" will bring together the best chefs and mixologists for a cocktail-food pairing party on November 7th from 6-10 p.m. at City Winery. "Meat with a Twist" features 10 cocktails paired with 10 chef selections highlighting local, sustainably grown meat, such as duck, lamb, chicken, pork, beef, bison and ostrich. The party will launch a week's worth of events throughout the city that celebrate the slow food movement bringing sustainable meat to our tables. 

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