All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘slow food’

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    Snail by Snail: Gitta Grether-Sweeney

    As you can imagine, the board of Slow Food Portland has strong opinions when it comes to food. And as passionate as we all are, we were in a bit of a standstill when it came to next steps. What needs our attention? How does […]

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  • Conversation Project: Slow Food Portland Event

    Conversation Project: Good Food, Bad Food: Agriculture, Ethics and Personal Choice

    Oregon boasts a multibillion-dollar agricultural economy that includes both industrial agriculture and small-scale efforts such as community supported agriculture memberships, farmers markets, and community gardens. These smaller, community-based efforts are on the rise as means to nurture community and create local and autonomous food systems. […]

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  • Pasta

    An evening of pasta conviviality

    Twenty one people gathered for a handmade pasta class and dinner, where a hush would fall over the group, heads down in deep dough concentration. Then, suddenly the room would erupt with lively chatter, connections being made here and there, and eventually, a supply of pasta amassed […]

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  • Glazed Carrot Salad

    Bryant’s Glazed Carrot Salad: Delicious!

    Bryant Terry (see him in Portland May 16th) mentions that his carrot salad recipe is a mash up of the glazed carrots popular in the South and Moroccan carrot salad. I call it simply delicious, and have made it two nights in a row now. […]

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