We look forward to you joining us for a variety of events throughout the city that celebrate good, clean and fair food for all.
Grillin’ & Chillin’ — Emory Point’s signature foodie fundraising series returns with top Atlanta chefs Savannah Sasser, Executive Chef of Hampton + Hudson Community Bar and Restaurant, and Jenn “Chef of the Farmers” Robbins , who will be grilling mouth-watering chicken dishes on Big Green Eggs.
They will be creating award-winning dishes on Big Green Eggs to give you incredible edibles and a fabulous Thursday evening! Throw in craft beers and signature cocktails from renowned mixologist Tiffanie Barriere of Tequila Avión, who will be crafting a signature cocktail especially for the evening. Add live jazz from Lilac Wine and you've got the ultimate date night for only $25 per person*.
Cost: $25 per person advanced purchase HERE: www.culinarylocal.com/grillin
Lexicon of Sustainability Storytelling Artworks are being shown all over Atlanta at Pop Up Shows by our Trained Art Docents. In this training, a thorough introduction to Slow Food and the Lexicon of Sustainability will prepare Docents to do the Pop Up Shows and share information with interested visitors. Location in Decatur, GA
For more info or to sign up, email email@example.com.
CANCELLED! ALL SEEDS HAVE BEEN PACKED! YAY!
Please help the Decatur Library, at 215 Sycamore St, Decatur, GA 30030 to prepare donated seeds for people to check out for free from their DIGG (Dekalb Invests in Growing Gardens) Seed Library!
Your simple job will be to count the seeds to put into packets of equal numbers of seeds for check out.
Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org, and bring your friends.
Thanks for your valuable help encouraging people to grow gardens!
Please help the Decatur Library, at 215 Sycamore St, Decatur, GA 30030, to prepare donated seeds for people to check out for free from their DIGG (Dekalb Invests in Growing Gardens) Seed Library!
Your simple job will be to count the seeds to put into packets of equal numbers of seeds for check out. Please RSVP to Colleen at email@example.com, and bring your friends!
Thanks for your valuable help encouraging people to grow gardens!
Spend a delightful afternoon learning about the ins and outs of farm life. PLUS: baby goats! So many adorable baby goats!
Maybe it is time to look at our health problems from a new perspective, one based on an understanding of how our health and ultimately our destiny as a species are inextricably intertwined with the natural world. In Search of Balance explores a vision of health, science and nature that recognizes the importance of the interconnections between us, the food we consume, how we produce that food and the natural world at large including the mysterious, invisible world of the human microbiome. Through conversations with scientists, doctors, farmers and personal stories of healing, In Search of Balance uncovers the myriad ways of how it’s all connected.
You are invited to join Slow Food Atlanta's
Food Justice Committee meeting!
Food Justice is:
Access for ALL people to affordable, sustainable, clean, and nutritious food.
ALL communities exercising their right to grow, sell, and eat healthy food.
Healthy food is:
Fresh, nutritious, affordable, culturally appropriate, and grown locally with care for the well-being of the land, workers, and animals.
Please join us as we continue our work to advocate for Good, Clean and FAIR food for ALL in our communities.
Click HERE to RSVP
Date: Saturday, March 11, 2017
Time: 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM (EDT)
Location: Spelman College
Living Learning Center II Auditorium
350 Spelman Lane SW, Atlanta, GA 30314
GPS: 440 Westview Dr. SW, Atlanta, GA 30310
Detailed directions and parking information
GPS Navigation: For those using GPS, the following address will bring you directly to our entrance:
440 Westview Dr. S.W.
From I-75/85 North and South
i75i85Take I-20 West and exit (#55B) at Lee Street. Turn right onto Lee Street and continue through the next traffic light (Westview Drive). You will see a large parking lot on the right-hand side. Turn right into the first driveway and you will approach the gates of Spelman College.
From I-20 East
i20Exit (#55A) at Lowery Blvd. Cross Lowery Blvd. and continue on Oak Street to the next traffic light. Turn left onto Lee Street and cross the bridge over I-20 and continue through the next two traffic lights. You will see a large parking lot on the right-hand side. Turn right into the first driveway and you will approach the gates of Spelman College.
From I-20 West
i20Exit (#55B) at Lee Street. Turn right onto Lee Street and continue through the next traffic light (Westview Drive). You will see a large parking lot on the right-hand side. Turn right into the first driveway and you will approach the gates of Spelman College.
From Downtown Atlanta
Take Peachtree Street south to Martin Luther King, Jr. Drive and turn right. Continue on M.L. King Jr. Drive to Northside and turn left. Continue on Northside through next three traffic lights (passing Burger King on the right). Turn right at the fourth traffic light (Greensferry Avenue). Continue on Greensferry through the stop sign. Turn left into the gate of Spelman College.
There are public safety booths located at both gates of the College. Upon your arrival, the public safety officer(s) will inform you of where to park and give other directions and instructions as needed. Including directions to the meeting location: Living Learning Center 2 Auditorium.
Parking is $3
Come join us for the first book club meeting of 2017 with author and New York Times food writer, Kim Severson. We will be discussing her book "Spoon Fed: How Eight Cooks Saved My Life."
About Spoon Fed
Somewhere between the lessons her mother taught her and the ones she is now trying to teach her own daughter, Kim Severson stumbled. She lost sight of what mattered, of who she was and who she wanted to be, and of how she needed to live her life. It took a series of encounters with female cooks-including Marion Cunningham, Alice Waters, Ruth Reichl, Rachael Ray, and Marcella Hazan-to reteach her the life lessons she had forgotten, and many she had never learned in the first place. Some were as small as a spoonful, and others so big they saved her life-at any measure, the best lessons she found were delivered in the kitchen. (Amazon.com)
About Kim Severson
Kim Severson has been a staff writer for The New York Times since 2004. She is a correspondent based in the South, reporting on the nation’s food and culture. She is also a contributor to NYT Cooking, a new website and app based on the extensive New York Times collection of recipes and cooking videos.
She lives in Atlanta with her partner and her daughter.
Join Slow Food Atlanta on Sunday, January 22, 2017 from 12:30pm to 3:30pm for our Annual Meeting & Potluck to celebrate the year's memberships, relationships, and friendships.
We'll be gathering at the beautiful Storico Fresco Alimentari e Ristorante for an unforgettable potluck to enjoy our community, recognize individuals who have had a positive impact on the local food movements, and to learn about Slow Food Atlanta's successes from the past year and exciting programs for the upcoming one.
Please bring a local, seasonal, or meaningful dish and join us for this wonderful event. Valet parking available on site. This event is free, but please consider making a $10 donation to thank the helpful waitstaff at Storico Fresco Alimentari e Ristorante.
(P.S. - This event fills quickly, so please be considerate: if you change your mind about attending, please change your sign up.)
Preserving Place is a unique “farm to store” retail concept focusing on food preservation and preserving our Southern sense of place. They are inspired by the rich bounty of our local farms and orchards and the meaningful food traditions of the South. Join us as we explore the heritage and tradition of preservation in Preserving Place's delightful store and gorgeous commercial learning kitchen.
Join Slow Food Atlanta for a local Potluck in celebration of the annual Terra Madre Day to promote the diversity of food traditions and production. Come take an active part in expressing our love for the planet and a desire to defend the future for the next generations.
Five Seasons Brewery Westside is our host. Each of us will be bringing a dish to share with all attendees. Beverages will be cash bar. Sign up to attend and select the dish type you will be bringing.
We will be hearing from several of our own US Delegates who attended Terra Madre Salone del Gusto US in Turin, Italy in September.
So, come spend your Sunday afternoon with Slow Food Atlanta to celebrate good, clean, fair food for all , discuss the relevance of biodiversity to build a better future, and spread the word through our extensive network of global supporters!
We ask you to include the hashtags #terramadre2016 in your posts to help spread the word about Terra Madre.
About Terra Madre Day
Since 2009, each year on Slow Food’s anniversary, food communities and Slow Food convivia all around the world celebrate local eating, agricultural biodiversity and sustainable food production. Celebrations take shape with hundreds of events ranging from collective meals, fundraisers, community festivals, protests, workshops for children, excursions to producers, and much more. It’s our way of demonstrating diversity and Slow Food’s philosophy of good, clean and fair food to communities, the media and decision makers.
Are you a Slow Food Atlanta member, or not yet a member, who is interested in knowing more about Slow Food’s history, goals, initiatives, events and/or ways you can volunteer? If so, please join us for a Slow Food 101 Potluck. Bring a dish to share at this educational session! See you there!
"In Search of Balance" explores a new paradigm of health, science and medicine that recognizes the importance of the interconnections between us, the food we consume, how we produce that food and the natural world at large, including the mysterious, invisible world of the human microbiome.
Details to come!
Join us from 5:30PM to 7:30PM: At our 214th Pop Up Show of the Lexicon of Sustainability Storytelling Artwork ( www.lexiconofsustainability.com), our trained Docents set up 12 artworks on easels at the entrance to the Freedom Farmers Market, talked to anyone who wanted to talk about Slow Food Atlanta and the artwork, and took the artwork down afterwards.
Join us from 12:00 to 2:00PM: At our 214th Pop Up Show of the Lexicon of Sustainability Storytelling Artwork ( www.lexiconofsustainability.com), our trained Docents set up 12 artworks on easels at the entrance to the Freedom Farmers Market, talked to anyone who wanted to talk about Slow Food Atlanta and the artwork, and took the artwork down afterwards.
Chelsea Gem. Little Skookum. Puffers Wellfleet. Oyster varieties are as fun to say as they are delicious, and these little delicacies are just about as interesting as a food can get. Discover the environmental elements that go into creating an oyster's unique flavor, shape and shell as well as steps Kimball House is taking to source them responsibly.
Kombit: The Cooperative is an inspiring, 45-minute long documentary that tells the story of two unlikely partners and a determined community of farmers in Haiti who band together with the bootmaker, Timberland® to plant five million trees in five years while re-building a sustainable and profitable agricultural enterprise on the island.
Join Slow Food Atlanta on Monday, July 25th at the historic DeKalb Courthouse in the Decatur square for an evening of food-themed trivia & fun! Our host with the most, Greg Best, will see what team has what it takes to be our 2016 Slow Food Trivia Champion!
Limited Tickets for this Epic Italian Dinner - Call St. Cecilia Today at 404-554-9995 to Reserve!
Slow Food Atlanta joins three of the city's most talented Italian Chefs for one of the most delicious and memorable meals of the year: A Taste of Terra Madre!
It will be an extraordinary and intimate night for forty guests, as Craig Richards of St. Cecilia, Linda Harrell of Cibo E Beve and Michael Perez of Colletta work together in collaboration on a multi-course, family-style dinner to benefit Slow Food Atlanta’s Terra Madre Delegates.
Join Atlanta top chefs Nick Leahy of Saltyard & Matthew Basford of Canoe as they create award-winning dishes on a Big Green Egg to support Slow Food Atlanta's amazing team of delegates to Terra Madre!
Join us at Bellina Alimentare in Ponce City Market to discuss this fantastic book on food, farming, and spirit.