Los Angeles

Time For Lunch Eat-ins: Hollywood

Thanks to Elisa Hunziker for capturing scenes at the Hollywood eat-in, displayed in the slide show below: Terry and Wally August, proprietors of Fancifull Gift Baskets and Fine Foods, have been enthusiastic supporters of Slow […] Read More >>>

Time for Lunch Eat-ins: Elysian Park

Labor Day was a beautiful day in Elysian Park, and it was captured by Gregory Han and Jennie Cook, whose photos are included in the slideshow below with their kind permission. Thanks to Emily Ho […] Read More >>>

THANK YOU! to those extraordinary volunteers who helped plan and host the Slow Food Los Angeles eat-ins, to those who supported an event with contributions big and small, and to everyone who participated in one […] Read More >>>

Labor Day Eat-in Details

We’re delighted with the growing media attention that Slow Food’s Time For Lunch campaign is receiving and want to remind our members and friends–new, old, and prospective!–that there are six¬†Eat-ins scheduled in and around Los […] Read More >>>

What is an Eat-in?

We’ve received many inquiries from those of you interested in supporting improvements in school lunches but unsure what an eat-in is, or what it means in the context of the Time For Lunch campaign. What […] Read More >>>

Calling Cooking Team Leaders for Our Time For Lunch Eat-ins!

Are you planning to attend one of the six Eat-ins planned across Los Angeles for Labor Day? Are you looking for a way to become more involved? Sign up to host a small cooking team […] Read More >>>

Time For Lunch in the Los Angeles Times

News is spreading about the Time For Lunch campaign and about Slow Food Los Angeles’s Labor Day Eat-ins: This morning’s “Daily Dish” on the Los Angeles Times’ website features a piece by Mary MacVean about […] Read More >>>

Mark Your Calendar: Time For Lunch Eat-Ins Approaching!

As we’ve mentioned, one of the key components of Slow Food USA’s Time For Lunch campaign is the Eat-In: a potluck-style gathering to discuss issues and take action. Slow Food Los Angeles is grateful to […] Read More >>>

Reflections on Slow Food Nation

Today’s comments are thanks to Emily Ventura of Los Angeles, who shared with us her Slow Food Nation experiences: Slow Food Nation was inspiring and I am still on cloud 9, floating with hope, one […] Read More >>>