Los Angeles

Peak of Summer Tomato Festival and The Heirloom Tomato Book Signing

Our friends at The Cook’s Library have alerted us that Amy Goldman, author of The Heirloom Tomato: From Garden to Table will sign copies on Sunday, September 7, 2008 at the Hollywood Farmers’ Market. Copies […] Read More >>>

“The Migrant Project” at the Museum of Tolerance

Author and photographer Rick Nahmias has alerted us that the traveling exhibit for his work, “The Migrant Project: California Farm Workers,” is now at the Museum of Tolerance and will be displayed until April 25. […] Read More >>>

Greenopia and the Santa Monica Farmers’ Market Cookbook

Longtime Slow Food Los Angeles member Amelia Saltsman is the author of the Santa Monica Farmers’ Market Cookbook, a great resource whether or not the Santa Monica market is one of your weekly destinations. Amelia […] Read More >>>

Food Politics: Marion Nestle at the California Endowment

Thanks to Frank Tamborello of Hunger Action Los Angeles for alerting us to an upcoming event. Marion Nestle, author of Food Politics, Safe Food, and What to Eat, will be the principal speaker at the […] Read More >>>

Saturday Programs at the Santa Monica Public Library

The Santa Monica Public Library is sponsoring two public presentations and discussions that may be of interest to Slow Food members and friends: When: Saturday, January 26, 2008, beginning at 2:00pm Where: Santa Monica Public […] Read More >>>

Dinner and Book Signing for The Santa Monica Farmers’ Market Cookbook

The Brass Cap Restaurant is hosting author (and Slow Food Los Angeles member) Amelia Saltsman for a signing of her cookbook, The Santa Monica Farmers’ Market Cookbook: Seasonal Foods, Simple Recipes, and Stories from the […] Read More >>>

Event Announcements: Culinary Historians of Southern California

The Culinary Historians of Southern California (CHSC) have reminded us of the following events that are coming up and open to Slow Food members and friends: Sunday, August 6, 2006: CHSC Annual Used Cookbook Sale […] Read More >>>

Author Appearances at the Hollywood Farmers Market

SEE-LA, the organization behind the Hollywood Farmers Market, has alerted us to three upcoming author events. Whether you’re personally a fan or planning ahead for a special gift, please note the following dates and times: […] Read More >>>

From the Field to the Plate with Judy Rodgers

Late notice, but we’ve just been alerted that reservations are still available for this weekend’s cooking class with Judy Rodgers, the chef/owner of San Francisco’s Zuni Cafe, author of The Zuni Cafe Cookbook, and recipient […] Read More >>>

Marion Nestle Discusses What to Eat

The Strategic Alliance for Healthy Food and Activity Environments has alerted us that Marion Nestle, author of Food Politics, will be speaking in Los Angeles about her new book, What to Eat: An Aisle-by-Aisle Guide […] Read More >>>

Michael Pollan at the Central Library

Michael Pollan, a member of the Slow Food USA Advisory Board and a frequent commentator on issues related to agriculture, sustainability, and how and what we eat, will be appearing at the Los Angeles Public […] Read More >>>

Event Announcement: Culinary Historians of Southern California

The Culinary Historians of Southern California have reminded us of the following events, all to be held at the Los Angeles Central Library: March 11: Charles Perry will speak on “200 Years of Santa Monica […] Read More >>>