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Slow Food Speakeasy!

April 15th, 2014 | | Posted in Blog Posts

Slow Food Speakeasy! Calling all you Vermont mixologists! Time to sling your best drink in the Slow Food Ark of Taste Cocktail Competition, and win a chance to attend Terra Madre in October, 2014 in Turin, Italy, to showcase your cocktail! The Slow Food Speakeasy Ark of Taste Cocktail Competition is a celebration of American Read the Rest…

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A Visit To Gerard’s Bakery

March 15th, 2014 | | Posted in Potlucks

Gerard preparing to load the oven for firing. by: Jennifer Rein In Vermont, you expect certain things.  Snow.  Maple Syrup.  Black and white spotty cows.  Cheddar. However.  Bread is the thing to really take a bite out of when you’re here. Burlington and Montpelier co-ops are fully stocked with breads from dozens of micro-bakeries.  Whole Read the Rest…

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Summervale 2014 Schedule!

March 3rd, 2014 | | Posted in Blog Posts

Summervale Slow Food Tastings! All summer long, we partner with the Intervale Center, who’s mission is to strengthen community food systems. What better way for Slow Food Vermont to participate, than to set up our tasting tent and help eaters to interact with their food! For 9 weeks, we will be set up between 5 Read the Rest…

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The British Picnic

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June 13th, 2013 | | Posted in Classes

This July marks the third year of Slow Food Vermont’s first cooking class with me, Jess.  And since the first: Wine & Cheese Please, followed by last years: Pinxtos, the month of July sets a certain standard for something special.  Or you could easily say, I can’t help myself from going a lil’ overboard. Each Read the Rest…

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Ark of Taste Plant Sale 2013

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May 5th, 2013 | | Posted in Blog Posts

SATURDAY, MAY 11th, 10am-3pm HO WHEELER SCHOOL in partnership with Grow Team ONE EACH PACK IS $8 AND PROCEEDS ARE GOING TO THE SLOW FOOD PROJECT: 1000 GARDENS IN AFRICA GROW IT AND EAT IT TO SAVE IT! I am an avid gardener and farmer for many reasons, but mostly because of the promise of Read the Rest…

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April Cookbook Review: Bean by Bean

April 5th, 2013 | | Posted in Book Reviews

One of the foods that I consider to be the most wholesome, the most genuine, the most earnest, is the mighty little bean.  I realize I am waxing poetic here, but in all seriousness, the humble bean has a lot going for it.  Beans are easily stored, inexpensive, and come in different shapes, sizes and Read the Rest…

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