Los Angeles

Terroir in Wine and Chocolate

Slow Food Los Angeles member Terry August is coordinating a multi-session tasting event at Skylark, a West Hollywood art gallery, and invites Slow Food members and friends to attend: When: Saturday, August 23, 2008 from […] Read More >>>

Event Announcement: Jams, Jellies, Preserves & Chutneys, oh my!

Update: June 19, 2008: While the requirement to bring jams, chutneys, and preserves to swap stands, we will be offering this event free of charge. Blenheim Apricot Jam… Chunky Fig and Balsamic Chutney… Kyoho Grape […] Read More >>>

Music and Food, inspired by Slow Food

Slow Food Los Angeles member and UCLA music student Tom Terrell has shared with us news of an intriguing event later this week: The UCIRA (University of California Institute of Research for the Arts) has […] Read More >>>

Event Announcement: The Mother of All Food Fairs: The Salone del Gusto

Slow Food Los Angeles is pleased to share the news that the Culinary Historians of Southern California will present a program by Slow Food member Allana Elovson on Slow Food’s biennial Salone del Gusto, to […] Read More >>>

Event Announcement: Free Screening of “Eat at Bill’s: Life in the Monterey Market”

Can one little produce market save the world? Eat at Bill’s is a video documentary about the phenomenon that is the Monterey Market, a small family-owned produce market in Berkeley, California that has served as […] Read More >>>

California’s “Food Deserts” Considered

The California Endowment’s Center for Healthy Communities has announced another program in its ongoing series about food access and security: What: Deserted: How to Solve the Crisis of Poor Access to Healthy Food When: Thursday, […] 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 >>>

King Corn Screening and Discussion

Members and friends of Slow Food and readers of Michael Pollan’s recent works have had their eyes opened to the staggeringly large role of corn in our economy. Recent estimates from 2007 suggest that in […] 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 >>>

Members-Only Event Announcement: End of Summer Bison BBQ

Slow Food Los Angeles is pleased to invite all the members to an End-of-The-Summer/Actually Beginning-of-Autumn Beach BBQ at Sycamore Cove State Beach. Bring the whole family, your favorite beach foods, and a thick blanket. Meet […] Read More >>>

Event Announcement: Culinary Historians of Southern California

The Culinary Historians of Southern California are presenting a panel discussion and have extended an invitation to Slow Food members and friends to attend: “When SoCal Went Ag: Past and Present Stories of Farming and […] Read More >>>

“Making the Most of the Farmers’ Market”

You’re invited to attend a discussion of “Making the Most of the Farmers’ Market: How to Select, Prepare, and Preserve California’s Bounty” this week in Santa Monica: When: Thursday, August 16, 2007 from 7:00pm-9:00pm Where: […] Read More >>>