Blog with Us at Slow Food Boston!
Search Our Site
No upcoming events scheduled...
Cooking at home is healthier, cheaper, and could add years to your life. http://t.co/eJSQVJJMkb # Infographic: Michael Pollan Says Home Cooking Might be the Single Best Way to Improve Your Healthwww.yesmagazine.orgWe spend less time in the
Thank you to Pencil ONE Photography for capturing the 4th Annual Local Craft Brewfest on November 22nd! We love the photos and had a great time going back through such a fun event. Cheers! Local Craft
The first local endangered food we found on the Slow Food Ark of Taste is Boston Marrow Squash. Introduced to the settlers by local Native Americans, Boston Marrow Squash is one of the earliest squashes on
Cyclamen have arrived!
- Allandale Farm (248 posts)
- Boston Public Market (234 posts)
- Edible Boston (349 posts)
- Farmers To You (295 posts)
- Food Sol Facebook (173 posts)
- Marion Institute (339 posts)
- Round the Bend Farm (106 posts)
- SEMAP Facebook (198 posts)
- Slow Food Ark of Taste (235 posts)
- Slow Food Boston Facebook (270 posts)
- Slow Food International Facebook (355 posts)
- Slow Food New England (71 posts)
- Slow Food USA (463 posts)
- South Shore Organics (185 posts)
- Sustainable Business Network of MA (293 posts)
FISHTIVAL – UNH, Portsmouth NH
- Saturday, September 14, 2013, 12:00 PM
- Prescott Park
Slow Fish is making its debut in the USA! Kicking off with a two-week Youth-led Slow Fish campaign at the University of New Hampshire! The program will take place from September 14th to October 1st 2013. The entire experience will be documented with the hope of inspiring other young adults to step up and host Slow Fish activities in their own communities. Slow Fish has already rooted itself in countries such as Italy, Brazil, Canada and Argentina. There is great potential for the Slow Fish model in the USA, potentially drawing energy from community supported fisheries (CSFs), academia, fishermen, coastal chefs and pre-existing Slow Food networks like Slow Food Boston!
Kicking off with a 2-week campaign at UNH: September 14th – October 1st.
The international Slow Fish campaign is launching initiatives that:
Promote artisanal fishing, embrace ‘underloved’ species of fish, and inspire reflection on the state and management of the sea’s resources
This reflection must start at a local level.
Saturday, September 14th: Fishtival and the first ever youth-led Seafood Throwdown! 12 – 4PM, Prescott Park, Portsmouth, NH
Wednesday, September 18th: The Fish Belong to the People movie showing! 6:00pm to 7:30pm, MUB Enterntainment Center, UNH, Durham, NH
Thursday, September 26th, a lecture by Amanda Beal, PhD student studying natural resource considerations in food production at UNH
Sunday, September 29th: Slow Fish filet & cooking workshop with Chef Evan Mallet! 10:00am to 2:00pm, UNH campus at Peter T. Paul College Rm. G85 (ground floor); Durham, NH
Sunday, September 29th: Merroir Manifesto: Discovering the unique taste of NH fishing waters! 2:00pm to 4:00pm, UNH campus at Peter T. Paul College Rm. G85, (ground floor); Durham, NH
You can find more information about this amazing event online at the following page link: Click Here
You can also join the organizers on Facebook by following this convenient link: Like on Facebook
Slow Food Boston is endorsing this event and encouraging it’s Boston-based followers to consider attending this event. It is our hope and desire to bring Slow Fish to Boston. We may not have the resources to attend this event this Fall but we will model future events from the leadership provided here at UNH.
Meetup.com integration powered by Nuanced Media.
Posted by on Saturday, August 31st, 2013 @ 12:00PM