Los Angeles

Can It! 2012: The Los Angeles Foodsteader Tour

Food Forward has announced the 2012 Can It! series of hands-on classes, four opportunities to learn from Master Food Preservers at unique locations in and around Los Angeles: March 31, 2012: To kick off the […] Read More >>>

Preserving Persimmons (and other autumn fruit) at Surfas

There are a lot of persimmon lovers in the Slow Food Los Angeles community, so we thank Betty Hallock for her post on the Los Angeles Times‘ Daily Dish blog alerting us to an event […] Read More >>>

Event Announcement: Fruit Jam at Machine Project

The Fallen Fruit Collective and Machine Project are cooperating on their Fourth Annual Public Fruit Jam: When: This Sunday, August 2, 2009 from 10:00am until 1:00pm Where: Machine Project, 1200 D North Alvarado, Los Angeles […] Read More >>>

Late Notice: Picklefest and Produce Swap

Thanks to Slow Food member Judi Bikel (and to The Kitchn) for the alert about another event at the Machine Project, tomorrow: When: Saturday, September 20, 2008 from 1:00pm until 4:00pm Where: The Machine Project, […] Read More >>>

“Jam Session” and Bread Tasting at Breadbar

Two events have come to our attention that may be of interest to Slow Food Los Angeles members and friends: Breadbar is hosting its first annual Jam Session. For musicians, a jam session is one […] Read More >>>

Batches of Jam–and Friends–at the Public Fruit Jam

Thanks to Mindy Farabee of the Los Angeles Times for reporting on the Public Fruit Jam held on Sunday at the Machine Project in Echo Park: As pots of concoctions such as fig-lemon-lavender bubbled on […] Read More >>>

Late Notice: Fallen Fruit Project Event in Los Angeles

Thanks to Judi Bikel for spotting information on the Slow Food Nation blog about an event tomorrow, August 3, in the Los Angeles area. The Fallen Fruit project in cooperation with The Machine Project has […] Read More >>>

In the News… Sunday, June 22, 2008

† Two from Tara Parker-Pope: In “Boosting Health with Local Food,” Ms. Parker-Pope writes in the New York Times about a University of North Carolina study that will assess “the impact of moving toward a […] 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 >>>

Event Announcement: Let’s Jam!

For most of us, canning and preserving is a lost art. We may have a few prolific fruit trees in our yard but don’t know what to do when the fruit ripens all at once. […] Read More >>>