Letter from Slow Food USA President Josh Viertel

Dear Slow Food Seacoast Friends, Please read the exerpts below from a great letter Slow Food leaders recently received from Slow Food USA’s president. It really describes the direction Slow Food is headed in. I hope it makes you feel good about your involvement, what we have already accomplished, and what we set out to do each time we meet,

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Menu for the Future

Seacoast food and sustainability groupies have been buzzing about Menu for the Future. It’s a reading and discussion group program created by the Northwest Earth Insitute and run locally by the helpful and friendly Granite Earth Institute, their regional partner. The program format is simple: Groups form (anyone can attend) and meet for six weeks. Each week, participants complete a

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Think Pink! Native Shrimp Are In!

From Seacoast Eat Local we received the following exciting bulletin: Northern shrimp, also called native or Maine shrimp, are fast cooking, inexpensive, tasty, very local, and incredibly sustainable. You can buy them at many fish markets all over the seacoast, including Seaport Fish in Rye and Sanders in Portsmouth [and in many other local markets as well]. You’ll also be

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Ark of Taste Dinner in Monadnock

Mark your calendars, make your reservations immediately, beat those cabin fever blues and join us for a Slow Food USA Ark of Taste Dinner at the Pearl Restaurant on Wednesday March 19! 6 pm for cocktails and convivial greetings… 7 pm the Chef’s 8-Course Sumptious Tasting Dinner: First – Cape May Oysters Three Ways Second – Nantucket Bay Scallops with

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