Urban Homesteader Workshop Series, Summer 2017

Do you find yourself at the farmer’s market, ogling gorgeous, locally grown food yet coming home with only a loaf of bread? Would you like to join a CSA but fear much of the share will go unused? If so, this workshop series is for you! Learn how to prepare the beautiful fresh produce, meats and fish we are so

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Meetup to Slow Down at Slow Sips

Thursday November 12 @ Vida Cantina, Portsmouth with Chef David Vargas.  Located at 2456 Lafayette Rd (Route 1) Portsmouth, NH. Vida Cantina is a modern Mexican restaurant using the best local, seasonal and organic ingredients. Come down and check it out! Slow Food Seacoast invites you slow down for a new twist on our Slow Sips. We’ll be connecting with

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Sunday Dinner: Bread, Yeast, and Beer, 6/05

On Sunday, June 5, join Slow Food Seacoast for a potluck Sunday Dinner in Portsmouth. The theme of the evening is Bread, Yeast, and Beer. Paula Marcoux, Edible South Shore magazine’s food editor, will share some great breads with us after an afternoon Bread-Baking Class. (Sorry, that class is full.) After dinner, Paula will speak about the return to traditional

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Wild Edible Greens & Flowers, 5/01

Celebrate spring at the Slow Food Seacoast Sunday Dinner on May 1! Bring a potluck dish that includes spring flowers or other wild edibles to Blue Moon Evolution, a restaurant committed to supporting organic and local food producers. Their newly renovated space is a perfect place to come together and share a meal. After dinner, Nancy Randolph will speak about

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Localvore Brunch a success!

On Sunday, April 3, 2011, Slow Food Seacoast and Tidewater Waldorf School welcomed 140 people to a Localvore Brunch & Heirloom Seed Plant-In in Kittery, ME. All the planning and prepping by lots of volunteers really paid off! When the first attendees entered at 11 am on the dot, the serving line was ready to fill their plates. The event’s

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