In this issue:- Oregon Truffle Festival–January 25-27- Annual Meeting–February 10- Slow Food Weekend On The Coast–March 8-9- Helios Network Potluck-January 19- 2007 Recap- New Look For The Slow Food Eugene Website- Safer Food Handling- Volunteer Opportunities
SAVE THE DATE!
Mark your calendars!! It’s a weekend in Newport and an opportunity to get to know Slow Food Newport members. Oregon Coast magazine in the November/December issue gave full coverage to Newport and its 125th celebration. In March you’ll meet several of the people mentioned in the articles.
In one [...]
“Splendid Table” listeners might not be a random sample of the US population, but the results of this survey are interesting nonetheless. Locally-grown is especially important.
On November 4, 2007, Slow Food Eugene and the OSU/Lane County Extension Master Food Preservers present PRESERVE OREGON: EAT LOCALLY. This event will be an open house and tasting buffet to celebrate the best of Oregon’s bounty. Join the Extension Master Preservers to sample their safe, delicious home-processed foods and specialty items. Press, [...]
It is September, nights are getting colder, and that means eating a lot of tomatoes as fast as we can! If you’re getting weary of Caprese salads and BLTs, try some Tomatoes a la Provencale. Here’s a classic version, adapted from Lulu’s Provencal Table, by Richard Olney.
8 medium-sized (about 3 pounds) regular-shaped, firm, [...]
Featured in this issue: Fall Membership Potluck & Meeting: October 9, 2007, 6 pm, at the Campbell Senior Center, 155 High St. *PLEASE NOTE LOCATION CHANGE!* Slow Food Eugene Pig Roast New Look For The Slow Food Eugene Website Slow Food National Director Coming To Eugene To Talk About Cheese Upcoming Events Safer Food [...]
Ed Durkee wrote the following report on the Sunday, August 26, Slow Food Eugene Pig Roast.
To see Tom Barkin’s slide show of the event, click here.
What a great day we had at the pig roast! And in so many ways. Slow Food believes that food should be good, clean and fair–we succeeded on [...]
Don’t miss the current issue of the Slow Food Eugene Newsletter:highlights:- Slow Sunday Pig Roast on August 26- Dinner And A Movie To Be Rescheduled- Upcoming Events- Volunteer Opportunities
Congratulations to A to Z Wineworks for their high-profile mention in this week’s Splendid Table radio show. Sante!
Wine wizard Josh Wesson goes after those much maligned and overlooked pink beauties: roses. Here are some of his recommendations to try:
- A to Z Oregon Rose of Pinot Noir. About $14
- Yalumba [...]