Monthly Archives: September 2009

About Our Potlucks

All Are Welcome! Slow Food Seacoast invites anyone and everyone interested in Slow Food to attend our open public potlucks. Just bring a dish or beverage to share.  Our potluck suppers focus on enjoying a relaxing meal, discussing  upcoming projects and events, and getting to know one another. You do not need to be a member of Slow Food to

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Great New Hampshire PIE Festival!

Pie makers and pie eaters alike will not want to miss the New Hampshire Farm Museum’s fall fundraiser, The Great New Hampshire Pie Festival on Sunday October 4, noon to 4pm. Professional pie bakers will be offering samples of their signature pies—festival goers will pick the People’s Choice awards! An amateur pie making contest will take place simultaneously; judges include

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Season to Remember: A Gourmet Homecoming

The UNH Department of Hospitality Management presents first Gourmet Dinner fall semester 2009, to give students the opportunity to showcase fundamentals learned at the Whittemore School of Business and Economics University of New Hampshire (UNH) students embrace the challenge of creating a fine dining event on a budget as a nonprofit venture. Every semester, Advanced Food and Beverage students in

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Fishtival

NEW HAMPSHIRE FISH AND LOBSTER FESTIVAL AT PRESCOTT PARK CELEBRATING 400 YEARS OF LOCAL SEAFOOD —————————- Featuring a Seafood Cook-off, Games, Music, Fishing Boat Tours, and More PORTSMOUTH, N.H.—September 9, 2009—The New Hampshire Fish and Lobster Festival, the result of a special collaboration between Prescott Park Arts Festival, City of Portsmouth, Seacoast Local, Seacoast Eat Local, Slow Food Seacoast, and

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Time for Lunch a Success!

Slow Food Seacoast’s “Time for Lunch” eat-in was actually a teach-in/workday. An enthusiastic crowd met at the Dover, NH, High School greenhouses to initiate a greens growing project that will supply the district cafeterias with salad mix once a week. Shawn and Sarah Stimson, organic farmers from Sustainable Farm Products, volunteered their time to give a demonstration and answer questions.

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