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A message from Richard McCarthy, Executive Director of Slow Food USA:

Before the call of the mall swallows us all, resist! December 10th is Terra Madre Day, a brief respite in the calendar before the profane excess of the consumer holidays reigns supreme. And this year commemorates the 25th anniversary of … Continue reading

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Slow Food North Shore Celebrates Our Newest Snail of Approval Restaurant, The Purple Elephant

Sunday, July 27th at 6pm   Join Slow Food North Shore as we celebrate our newest Snail of Approval restaurant, The Purple Elephant   Passed Hors d’oeuvres Vegan Rainforest Burger Sliders Roasted Chipotle Chicken Flautas Crispy Falafel “Lollipops” Local Black … Continue reading

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Documentary Film: “Fed Up” Screening Now!

Hi Everyone, There’s a new movie out about the industrial food system called Fed Up, that looks like it will be worth checking out. You know when a film gets this much attention, and when big food manufacturers don’t want … Continue reading

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Volunteers/ Gardeners Needed

Slow Food Huntington is in need of volunteers! We need help in getting some Edible School Gardens off the ground, and we also need help in manning our info tables at local Farmers Markets throughout the Summer/Fall season. If interested, … Continue reading

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A Busy Week at Slow Food Huntington!

I guess we weren’t paying attention when we scheduled 3 events, back to back, last week! On Tuesday, July 9th, Dr. Ellen Kamhi, The Natural Nurse,  joined us for our 2nd Annual, Edible and Medicinal Herb Walk, followed by a … Continue reading

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East Meets East Dinner Party At the West East Bistro…This Sunday Eve!

We hope you will join us on Sunday night, April 21 at 6pm for a special dinner to meet and welcome our new board of directors, and to honor Ann Rathkopf, for her years as co-chair of this local chapter. … Continue reading

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Products of the Garden: Farmingdale State College, April 13 (8 a.m. – 5 p.m.)

“Products From the Garden” is an all day conference focusing on “landscape design strategies and horticultural practices that yield a multitude of useful products ranging from garden structures, shelter, energy and food.” Speakers will demonstrate how to transform your property … Continue reading

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Slow Food Huntington: Why Join, Why Now?

The primary reason to join Slow Food Huntington, as should be the case for any social organization, is that it stands for something good. In this case, the good is the right to healthy food, with healthy understood as referring … Continue reading

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Upcoming Events

1) Sustainable Long Island Conference on Friday- http://sustainableli.org/events/annual-conference-2013/ 2) Farmingdale State College Horticulural Event; Products From the Garden 4/13/13 http://www.farmingdale.edu/academics/business/ornamental-horticulture/gardprodeventposter.pdf 3) Book Signing and author events, Saru Jayaramen: Behing the Kitchen Door 4/15/13 at Book Court- reading and discussion http://www.slowfoodnyc.org/event/sfnyc_book_club_behind_kitchen_door_saru_jayaraman … Continue reading

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FROM THE OUTSIDE IN: Sustainable Futures for Global Cities and Suburbs

A Conference at Hofstra University Thursday-Saturday, March 7-9, 2013 Register at: HOFSTRA.EDU/SUSTAINABLEFUTURES From the Outside In: Sustainable Futures for Global Cities and Suburbs is a three-day conference focusing on the sustainable futures in global city-regions, taking the suburbs as its … Continue reading

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