Come to the Table

by Slow Food Cape Cod on September 3, 2016

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September is Slow Food USA’s membership month.  Join Slow Food to support the movement of Good Clean Fair food for all….

 

Follow Slow Food and Slow Food Cape Cod on social media all month to learn about stories from around the country of farmers, chefs, and Slow Food champions who are changing the food system one day at a time. #ComeToTheTable

 

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Trivia Night FUNriaser

by Slow Food Cape Cod on July 22, 2016

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To help support our delegates headed to Terra Madre Slow Food Cape Cod will be hosting a Trivia Night at Cape Cod Beer on August 30th.

Registration will starts at 6:30pm
Trivia will start at 7:00pm
Cost $50/team (Maximum 4 people/team)

Help us put the “FUN” back in FUNdraising!

Registration will include 8 rounds of trivia, one drink ticket per team member, cash bar, prize for the winning team, and more!

Please register in advance using this link: http://capecodbeer.com/trivia-night-terra-madre-fundraiser-830/

Please help spread the word and attend if possible.

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Latest Newsletter

by Slow Food Cape Cod on July 22, 2016

The latest newsletter highlighting out Terra Madre delegates is out.  Click Here to read it

 

 

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From Slow Food Seacoast

by Slow Food Cape Cod on June 21, 2016

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Slow Food Seacoast and Heirloom Harvest Project present

The Fifth Annual Farm-A-Q 

Sunday June 26th at Heron Pond Farm in South Hampton, NH

12-4pm

The fifth annual Farm-a-Q will take place this year on Sunday June 26th at Heron Pond Farm in South Hampton NH. A joint effort of Slow Food Seacoast and the Heirloom Harvest Project, Farm-a-Q is a picnic-style event with a bounty of heirloom and heritage foods grown on local farms and prepared by some of the area’s best restaurants. The afternoon features an incredible buffet, showcasing the abundance of delicious locally grown products and the talent of local chefs.

This year’s participating restaurants include another incredible line up: Anju, Black Birch,

Black Trumpet, Earth’s Harvest Cafe, Embers Bakery, The Foundry, Joinery, Jumping Jay’s Fish Cafe, Lexie’s Joint, Moxy, Tinos Greek Kitchen, 3 Brothers Marketplace, Vida Cantina, When Pigs Fly Pizzeria and Wolf Meadow Farm.

The day will feature tastings, demonstrations of brick oven bread baking, a Slow Fish under-loved fish throw-down, children’s nature-based activities, tabling by numerous local community organizations, and best of all, the amazing locally grown, picnic-style meal prepared by our even more amazing local chefs!

Heron Pond Farm is our host for Farm-a-Q 2016. Owned and operated by Greg Balog and Andre Cantelmo, Heron Pond is a four season farm that grows over 250 varieties of vegetables, fruits, herbs and flowers. They run a CSA and a farm stand as well as selling at local farmers markets.

Farm-a-Q runs from 12:00 – 4:00 pm with food served between 1:00 – 3:00. Enjoy workshops, live music from Fox & Fern and OldHat, with activities all afternoon.

 

TICKETS AVAILABLE HERE.

Tickets are $30 for adults or $25 for Slow Food and Heron Pond CSA members. Youth pay $15 (ages 13 – 20) and children aged 3-12 are $5 (children under 3 are free).

Advance tickets recommended as this event sells out every year.  Tickets can be purchase online at slowfoodseacoast.org  (credit or check).

 

SIGN UP TO VOLUNTEER HERE and receive one free ticket.

More Information about:

Slow Food Seacoast…. http://slowfoodseacoast.com/

Heirloom Harvest Project…. https://www.facebook.com/heirloomharvestproject

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2016 Tour de Farms with Slow Food Boston

by Slow Food Cape Cod on June 6, 2016

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Slow Food Boston and the Culinary Guild of New England are partnering up to host another Tour de Farms along the southern coast of Massachusetts!  Join us on June 18th for a leisurely 16-mile bike ride and learn about the unique variety of foods that are grown and produced locally in South Dartmouth and Westport.  Participants will get to visit six local food producers along the way, hear from local experts and witness first-hand how good, clean, and fair foods are grown and made in these neighborhoods while enjoying biking alongside scenic pastures and picturesque landscapes.  Cyclists will also get to enjoy a lovely picnic lunch at an organic farm along with an optional beer tasting for $5.Space is limited; registrants will be notified about the bike route, itinerary, and meeting place via email.

Don’t miss out!  Tickets can be purchased here.

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