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 [...]
Slow Food Eugene Invites You To A Slow Pig Roast Picnic On The Farm This is the event that we have all been waiting for–A Pig Roast at one of Lane County’s premier organic farms. David Hoyle of Creative Growers Farm is opening his gate to Slow Food Eugene and friends. We will have [...]