Slow Food Los Angeles

Good, clean and fair food access for all of L.A.

6 October 2010
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Announcing the First Annual Couscous Festival

Chef Farid Zadi, a founder of the recently established Ecole de Cuisine Pasadena, has extended an invitation to Slow Food Los Angeles members and friends to attend the First Annual Couscous Festival at the school’s headquarters in Pasadena. If you’re … Continue reading

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16 September 2010
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“Good Food For All”: A Taste of the Los Angeles Foodshed

The Los Angeles Food Policy Task Force was convened last fall and has prepared a report with recommendations for how we can increase access to healthy, affordable, fairly and sustainably produced foods and strengthen our connection to the regional food … Continue reading

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10 August 2010
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Are Celebrity Chefs Good for Food?

That’s the provocative point of departure for an upcoming Zócalo Public Square event. Chefs have always had a knack for fame: From Julia Child to Napoleon’s personal chef, who published lucrative cookbooks and invented the tall white chef’s hat. But … Continue reading

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10 August 2010
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“Conscientious Carnivore” Discussion

The next quarterly library panel discussion is coming up, and the Santa Monica Farmers’ Markets are bringing together local farmers and chefs to discuss the concept of being a “conscientious carnivore.” Many farmers are raising animals for meat and dairy … Continue reading

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6 June 2010
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Composting Workshop

Continuing its program of community education, the Milagro Allegro Community Garden is offering a free County of Los Angeles Smart Gardening composting workshop. Composting is a great way to reduce yard and kitchen waste and to improve your lawn and … Continue reading

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12 March 2010
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“Food Fight” Screening in Westwood

Chris Taylor has alerted us that his documentary, Food Fight, will be screened as part of the “Something to Talk About” documentary film series, a unique independent series of films that are meant to provoke conversation about positive change in … Continue reading

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