Join Slow Food NYC and Rouge Tomate Chelsea for an intimate Spring farm-to-table dinner highlighting our shared passion for fresh, local and seasonal ingredients. Each ticket includes a five course meal with wine pairings, during which guests will interact with the purveyors providing the dinner ingredients. This is a delicious opportunity to learn more about the new paradigm of farm to table that's building a strong, regional food economy.
Slow Food NYC is the charitable partner of the 10th annual Choice Eats event, featuring dishes from restaurants reviewed in the Village Voice.
Slow Food NYC is looking for volunteers who want to get their hands dirty and dig in the garden this Saturday! May 6 from 10 am - 2 pm. We are preparing the garden (planting, digging, weeding, building, watering, and more) for summer programming with local children. Ujima is located at 660 New Jersey Avenue between Riverdale and New Lots Avenues. Ujima Garden is a tuition-free, educational urban farm community resource operating in East New York, Brooklyn during summer months (July and August) for children from the local community. If you are interested, wear something comfortable and you don't mind getting dirty, bring water and bring gloves if you have them! If you would like more information, you can contact managing farmer, Jonathan Blumberg - firstname.lastname@example.org
If you can't make it this Saturday, we will have more opportunities throughout the spring and early summer!
The "Slur" is the Slow Food NYC monthly happy hour! It's fun, social, and informal. But it's also your opportunity to talk to the leadership of Slow Food NYC and let us know what you think. Got a great idea for an event? Looking for ways to get involved? Want to learn more about Slow Food? Just looking to have a relaxing drink with other "Slow" minded people? The Slur is your opportunity - free and open to everyone.
From spoiled veggies to uneaten leftovers, most people don't realize the amount of food they toss out every day. Unfortunately, about 95 percent of that discarded food ends up in landfills or combustion facilities. Once in landfills, food breaks down and produces methane, which contributes to climate change.
Join our panel discussion hosted by James Beard Foundation, Natural Gourmet Institute, and Slow Food NYC to learn more about how forward-thinking organizations are innovating food rescue efforts, and what you can do to reduce your own food waste.
Come celebrate the flavors of grains and whole-grain flours from the Northeast. Taste some breads and whole grains made outside of the commodity production system, which determines everything from seed to loaf and ground to glass.
An All-Duck, Competitive Chef Cook-off benefitting Urban Harvest, the SFNYC Program of Good Food Education for NYC Youth
Since 1818, farmers have relied on the Farmers' Almanac for uncannily accurate weather predictions to inform their planting, harvesting, and day-to-day living. In 2017, Slow Food New York City will sponsor the Seventh Annual Food Almanac, a food and farming prognostication inspired by the Farmers' Almanac.
The "Slur" is the Slow Food NYC monthly Happy Hour! It’s fun, social, and informal. But it’s also your opportunity to talk to the leadership of Slow Food NYC and let us know what you think. Got a great idea for an event? Looking for ways to get involved? Want to learn more about Slow Food? Just looking to have a relaxing drink with other “Slow” minded people? The Slur is your opportunity – free and open to everyone.
Every year, the board of Slow Food NYC holds an open meeting in order to connect with the membership. If you are interested in a volunteer role in our organization, this event is the best way to meet the current leadership, this year's new board nominees, and get the information you need to move forward.
It's the Slow Food NYC monthly Happy Hour! It's fun, social, and informal. But it's also your opportunity to talk to the leadership of Slow Food NYC and let us know what you think. Got a great idea for an event? Want to learn more about Slow Food? Just looking to have a relaxing drink with other "Slow" minded people? The Slur is your opportunity — free and open to everyone.
Join Slow Food NYC for an intimate discussion with restaurateur Andrew Tarlow (Diner, Marlow & Sons, the Wythe Hotel) about his restaurants and businesses, his commitment to local and sustainable products, and his recently released cookbook,Dinner at the Long Table. This event is free and open to all but RSVP is required.
Come enjoy handcrafted drinks and small bites created by local producers at one of our Snail of Approval restaurants, Black Tree Brooklyn! Mix, mingle, taste and enjoy for only $30.
Join this monthly event to meet foodpreneurs and fellow food business people