Slow Food Socials
Looking to learn more about Slow Food Boston, meet like-minded folks interested in the local food scene, or discover new places around town for a quick bite? Slow Food Boston will be hosting a series of free social events throughout the year at select dining establishments in the Greater Boston area where members and non-members alike can come together and share their interests around food.
Keep checking our page to find more upcoming socials near you!
Cultivating Community in School Gardens
The MA Horticulture Society hosts an annual School Gardens Conference. Join school teachers, administrators, students, garden club mentors, librarians, parents, preservationists and civic organizations for a day of interactive workshops in determining best practices for establishing gardens in schools throughout Massachusetts and hear guest speakers share their experience and expertise on creating garden spaces throughout local communities.
Lunch will be provided at this event courtesy of Chipotle Mexican Grill. Space is limited; find more details about the event and register here.
This event is in co-sponsorship with FoodCorps, the Garden Club Federation of MA, MA Master Gardeners, Slow Food Boston, and Slow Food USA.
2015 Disco Soup
Our recent Disco Soup event collected would-be wasted food and redistributed it to those in need.
Not your average dinner party, a Disco Soup brought together guests for a night of hands-on food preparation followed by good food, music, and company. The twist is that the produce on hand would have been destined for landfill. Ingredients for cooking were donated by Food for Free — a nonprofit that collects would-be wasted food and redistributes it to those in need. In keeping with Food for Free's mission, Disco Soup donated the food prepared at the event.
2014 Tour De Farms
Slow Food Boston, in partnership with the Culinary Guild of New England, welcomed the summer season of bountiful farming with our Tour de Farms in S. Dartmouth and Westport, along the picturesque south Massachusetts coast.
Everyone biked a 12 mile loop over flat roads, visiting three neighboring food producers and picnicked on an organic farm, experiencing a taste of local farm products in the beautiful landscape in which they are grown and produced, followed by a visit to a vineyard and local brewery.
Tour de Farms riders were specially welcomed onto each farm, hearing directly from the owners and operators about the history of their farms, the products they offer and were able to sample their good, clean, and fair food, which included organic herbs, vegetables, beef, and locally produced beer and wine.
Wish you could've been there? Check out our full-length video to relive Tour de Farms.
2014 Slow Food Regional Gathering
An inspiring event organized by Slow Food Vermont with plenty of "good, clean and fair food" for thought and in edible form! Slow Food New England is made up of the following chapters: