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Want to have a Slow Food Thanksgiving? Our one-stop-shopThanksgiving 2011 Guide is here to help. Make your holiday good, clean, fair, and more delicious than ever! It’s our small way of giving thanks for all of your support and commitment.
Let us help you:
- Try new recipes using local, seasonal, and sustainable ingredients. There’s something for everyone – whether you’re planning a traditional turkey dinner or looking for vegetarian alternatives.
- Find ingredients near you and locate farmers markets, heritage turkey breeders, and Ark of Taste foods near your home.
- Learn tips, tricks, and Slow Food USA recommendations to make prepping less stressful and cooking more fun.
Thanksgiving is only two weeks away – visit our Thanksgiving 2011 Guide today and start planning your Slow Food meal!
Emily Anne Vaughn
Slow Food Ithaca College will be petitioning in Campus Center and the Pub all week in order to demand a change from our dining services and to establish sustainable practices from Sodexo, our food supplier. And our main Food Day event, co-sponsored with ICES and REMP…
Food Teach-In and screening of the documentary Fresh (go to freshthemovie.com for a trailer and more information), at Ithaca College Campus October 24th, Williams 323, 6pm: Teach-in to talk about sustainable food consumption. There will be several dishes that we will explain why it was chosen as the meal and what makes it sustainable. Following the teach-in, the documentary Fresh will be screened at 6 o’clock and the food will be eaten during the movie.
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-Slow Food Ithaca College
This week’s Slow Food Community meeting and dinner was focused around delicious apples, picked from an amazing local Orchard, Little Tree Orchards! Some of the dishes this week included beet and apple muffins, baked apples with pears, baked eggplant-peppers-tomato-apple, gluten-free pasta, rice, quinoa soup with loads of veggies, and chunky apple sauce.
If you are interested in food, like to cook, or are concerned about our environmental impact come on over to our weekly Slow Food meetings on Mondays at 7 pm in Circle 150-08.
Peace, love, and hot apple cider,
Danielle (the scribe to the Slow Food Community)
Our second Slow Food Community dinner on Monday September 19th, integrated wild edible foods found all around Ithaca College’s campus! Our dishes this week consisted of a mixture of our farm share, wild edibles, and grains to create a beautiful meal, with an assortment of wonderful colors too. This week we cooked up (from left to right and front to back):
- swiss chard, peppers (red, yellow, white, green), and almonds with raspberry vinaigrette
- fried potato slices with paprika, cumin, onions, garlic, and nutritional yeast
- sauteed eggplant with olive oil
- black rice, peppers (red), and onions
- tomato salad with olive oil, basil, thyme, and balsamic vinaigrette
- wild garlic mustard and basil pesto (vegan-style) with soy milk, almonds, garlic and olive oil
- wild edible berries collected around campus - autumn olives, grapes, and uwe berries
- roasted peppers, potatoes, beets, carrots and onions with thyme and olive oil
- pizza with loads of veggies and cheese
If you like the food you see, you should stop by our weekly meetings on Monday nights from 7-8:15 pm in the Circle Apartment, 150-08 on Ithaca College’s campus!
For more information please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Peace, love, and root veggies,
Danielle (IC Slow Food Community’s scribe)
Our first Slow Food Community dinner of the Fall season, held on Monday, September 12th! We had an amazing turn out, and continue to have new members. Our first dinner consisted primarily of our CSA (Community Supported Agriculture, a farm share) food from Early Morning Farm, as we cooked up some yummy beet cake, roasted pepper salad, sauteed swish chard- beet- almond dish, banana-peanut butter muffins, and quinoa-pepper dish to serve for this meal.
If you are interested in coming to our Slow Food meetings please attend our dinners, held on Monday nights from 7-8:15pm in Circle Apartment 150-08!
Contact us for more information at email@example.com!
Queen of the Sun: What Are the Bees Telling Us? (2010) - Official Trailer [HD] (by DocumentaryTrailers)
Our Slow Food chapter will be tabling at the screening of this documentary at Cornell Cinemas on Tuesday, April 26. The movie starts at 7:15pm, so get there early and bring some friends! Spread the word.