About Slow Food Cape Cod

Slow Food Cape Cod  (SFCC) is a local convivium (chapter) of Slow Food USA, a 501(c)3 non profit organization dedicated to promoting the pleasures of the table. Our mission is about taking the time to bring joy into our everyday meal, to know where our food came from – eat local and experience the superior taste of dishes prepared with fresh, in season, ingredients, while preserving our regional heritage. Our convivium  is going to explore these concepts with field trips to farms and markets,  tastings,  pot- luck suppers, book discussions, and cooking classes; all celebrating the sustainable farms, fishermen, artisans, cheese makers, foragers, bakers, beekeepers, and regional specialties that define our area.

Along the way we are all going to get to know each other and have a good time coming together as a community.

The convivium on Cape Cod was started in 2008,  we are focussed on getting the word out and growing our membership.

We invite you to join us!  Just log onto Slow Food USA,  to become a member, then select the link “local chapter” and sign up for Slow Food Cape Cod.  Annual membership is $60.00 for an individual, $75.00 for a couple and $30.00 for the under 26 crowd.  We plan to post our activity, events, and create a mailing list to become a resource for the Cape Cod community.

We welcome all with interest, regardless of membership in Slow Food USA, to our informal pot lucks, educational tastings, book discussions and events. Just send us an email requesting to be on the mailing list.

Cape Cod Convivium Leader Bio:

Mary DeBartolo is a food writer, cook, recipe developer and mom living in Orleans. Culinary adventure started early at the family table, and extended to study at CIA, Peter Kumps and BU. Writings have been published in Disney’s Family Fun magazine, Working Mother, Cape Cod Life and The Gourmet Mom Newsletter, which she created. She is employed by Cornerstone Systems, an IBM Business Partner and focusses in the retail/food sector.