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Salads in the Garden Supper & Membership Meeting
- Wednesday, July 17, 2013, 6:00 PM
- Allandale Farm
Slow Food Boston invites you to our summer kick off event …
A “Salads in the Garden Supper & Membership Meeting” will be held on July 17 from 6-8:30 pm at Allandale Farm located at 259 Allandale Road, Brookline, Massachusetts.
For additional information about Allandale Farm (Boston’s last working Farm), please visit the following page link: http://www.allandalefarm.com/
Please RSVP to Slow Food Boston here via Meetup and indicate the number of people attending and what type of salad are likely to bring.
Call Annette at (978) 618-8006 should you have any questions.
What to bring:
* Please provide a salad for 4-6 people. It could be a salad of greens, grains, chicken, meat , fish or a combination of any of the above.
* A card listing ingredients
* A beverage of your choosing
* A plate, napkin, glass and utensils
* A friend who’d like to know more about Slow Food and may be interested in getting involved
Have you ever made a paella salad or a curried rice salad with shrimp and green peas? What about a wilted kale salad with spiced pecans? This is your opportunity to step out and be a bit adventuresome. We would love to have you use as many local ingredients as you can procure from you home gardens, farmer’s market or farm stand.
Dessert and bread with be provided by Slow Food Boston
** There will be a 10.00 per person donation to Slow Food Boston
We will eat, laugh, share salads and ideas, talk about the state of Slow Food USA under the new leadership of Richard McCarthy and share with our members Slow Food Boston’s upcoming events.
Please note that this meeting is encouraged for existing members of Slow Food USA and Slow Food Boston. The annual membership dues to support Slow Food USA and Slow Food International is currently set at a modest fee of $60.00 per year. We encourage members to to maintain their support to Slow Food USA so that we can continue to enjoy the membership benefits available from national movements that impact our local community on a global scale. If your membership contribution to Slow Food USA has lapsed, please visit the following link to renew your membership now:
We look forward to seeing you on the farm on July 17th!
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Posted by on Wednesday, July 3rd, 2013 @ 6:00PM