Turner Farm and Laura Robinson will hold a hands-on, farm-to-table cooking class in the Meshewa kitchen located at 7550 Given Rd*, on March 12th, from 3-6PM. This class is focused on making fresh pasta from scratch. We will walk through all step together and finish with a meal at the end of class. Please bring your own rolling pin and dress appropriately as we may tour the Turner Farm gardens, weather permitting.
To sign up, please visit the “cooking class” tab of Laura’s website: www.dandelionchef.com. The cost of the class is $35. Email Laura with any questions at firstname.lastname@example.org.
*Please note the classes are NOT held at Turner Farm. They are held at the Meshewa Farm, which is located next to Turner Farm. The kitchen is in the same building that is occupied by the Cincinnati Waldorf School Early Childhood Center.
Wednesday, February 9, 2011
We’re calling out to all our members and fans to join us in a discussion for the future direction of Slow Food Cincinnati chapter. We, as a chapter, are undergoing reorganization and we want to hear from you on how we can keep SFC alive. Tell us what types of events you want to have for 2011 and what you want to gain from Slow Food Cincinnati chapter. And finally, for those that want to volunteer your time with the organization, this is for you. Some of the areas where volunteering opportunities are available: Communications (blog, website, emails) and Outreach (start contacting restaurants/farmers, get their support), Finance (bookkeeping, budget, treasurer) and Event Planning.
The meeting will be at Park + Vine on Saturday February 26th at 10 AM.
Just a quick note that TEDx Manhattan's theme this Saturday, February 12th is "Changing the way we eat" and they will be holding a free live-stream of all the speakers from 10:30AM to 6 PM with dozens of awesome food speakers including president of Slow Food national Josh Viertel. Check out the speakers and how to stream on their site here: http://www.tedxmanhattan.org/ its a great chance to catch a number of talks while kicking back after a trip to you favorite farmer's market.