Monthly Archives: February 2007

Erika Lesser in Freeport

Erika Lesser, Executive Director of Slow Food USA, will speak in Freeport on March 1 as part of The Wolfe’s Neck Farm Foundation’s talk series, “Food for Thought, Thoughtful Food.”The presentation will be in the Freeport Community Center, 53 Depot Street, Freeport, from 7:00 p.m. until 8:30 p.m. We will address the past, present, and future of food and farms

Read more

Erin Go to the Potluck

For the next Slow Food Seacoast potluck and meeting, on Sunday, March 4th, we’ll be exploring flavors of the Emerald Isle. This theme was chosen in honor of the approaching St. Patrick’s Day, as well as the strong influence of Irish culture brought to New England over its entire history. For many, the phrase ‘Irish food’ conjures a bad reputation

Read more

Fast Meets Slow

This Thursday, the Music Hall‘s Wild Card film series presents the movie Fast Food Nation, a docudrama adaptation of Eric Schlosser‘s hard-hitting nonfiction book on the ubiquitous American fast food industry. In settings ranging from ranches to restaurants to meatpacking plants, the movie gives an expansive overview of how all those burgers and fries ended up on all those plastic

Read more

It’s a Peach!

…and a plum and an apple and — well, you get the idea. If you have fruit trees, you may be interested in attending this demonstration offered through the UNH Cooperative Extension. Tree Fruit Pruning Demonstration The UNH Cooperative Extension, Rockingham County, will be holding a tree fruit pruning demonstration on Thursday, February 22 at 9:30 am until noon time.

Read more

Fish Tale

Sara Zoe sends word of an interesting web movie: “This short non-narrative video tracks the day in a life of a fish as it travels from sea to stomach. Starting at the Portland Fish Exchange, fish are unloaded from the fisherman’s boat and then sold at auction to the highest bidding “Fish Pimp”. They are then transported from the Exchange

Read more
1 2 3