August 17, 2014
SAVE THE DATE
A Members Only* – Poolside Potluck & BBQ
Private Home, Old Westbury, NY
Please bring a homemade dish to share – preferably including one or more local ingredients.
If your membership lapsed, or you want to join for your first time, click here.
(*Membership must be current – members are welcome to bring a guest)
August 7, 2014
Join Slow Food North Shore for a tea tasting at Sip Tea Lounge in Huntington! Owner and Tea Expert Nicole Basson will navigate us through an exploration of various teas from around the world, each tea paired with an artisanal sweet or savory treat.
July 27, 2014
Unfortunately, this event had to be cancelled for medical reasons.
We will be planning a new date in the near future.
Join Slow Food North Shore as we celebrate our newest Snail of Approval restaurant, The Purple Elephant.
Snail of Approval Celebration Fare:
Passed Hors d’oeuvres
Vegan Rainforest Burger Sliders
Roasted Chipotle Chicken Flautas
Crispy Falafel “Lollipops”
Local Black Sea Bass Ceviche
“The Farm’s” Summer Tomato Bruchetta
Vegan Tropical Ceviche
Grass Fed Beef Sirloin Satays
Patacones with Pico de Gallo
Berkshire BBQ Pork “Pibil” Station
Corn tortillas, Orange Habanero Salsita
“The Farm’s” Garden Salad Station
KK’s Best Selection of Biodynamic Greens, Summer Vegetables,
The Kitchen’s Selections of Vinaigrettes and Dressings
Vegan Cannoli & Cupcakes
Live Music provided by David Berg
April 21, 2013
Please join Slow Food Huntington for a dinner to meet and welcome our new board of directors. This will be our first dinner event of the year and it is open to all members and friends. West East Bistro has Slow Food Huntington’s “Snail of Approval,” due to their commitment to sourcing local, seasonal, and sustainable ingredients whenever possible.
To purchase tickets, go to our eventbrite page; http://eastmeetseast-eorg.eventbrite.com/#
September 12, 2012
April 3, 2012
Americans’ right to access fresh, healthy foods of their choice is under attack. Farmageddon tells the story of small, family farms that were providing safe, healthy foods to their communities and were forced to stop, sometimes through violent ac-tion, by agents of misguided government bureaucracies, and seeks to figure out why.
Filmmaker Kristin Canty’s quest to find healthy food for her four children turned into an educational journey to discover why access to these foods was being threatened. What she found were policies that favor agribusiness and factory farms over small family-operated farms selling fresh foods to their communities. Instead of focusing on the source of food safety problems — most often the industrial food chain — policymakers and regulators implement and enforce solutions that target and often drive out of business small farms that have proven themselves more than capable of producing safe, healthy food, but buckle under the crushing weight of government regulations and excessive enforcement actions.
Farmageddon highlights the urgency of food freedom, encouraging farmers and consumers alike to take action to preserve individuals’ rights to access food of their choice and farmers’ rights to produce these foods safely and free from unreasona-bly burdensome regulations. The film serves to put policymakers and regulators on notice that there is a growing movement of people aware that their freedom to choose the foods they want is in danger, a movement that is taking action with its dollars and its voting power to protect and preserve the dwindling number of family farms that are struggling to survive.
$9 Members / $13 Public
Tickets can be purchased online, www.CinemaArtsCentre.org at the box office during theatre hours or by calling Brown Paper Tickets toll free at 1-800-838-3006
December 14, 2011
Let’s Eat! Films on Food
December 14, 7:30 at the Cinema Arts Centre
Guest Speaker Jon Stepanian of Long Island Food Not Bombs
December 12, 2011
Please join us as we take our chapter to a new level, in the setting up of by-laws and the election of Board Members. We will be forming a steering committee to work on the by-laws and looking for nominations of SFH members who would like to be on the Board. Be a part of the Change! Please consider coming down and getting more involved in our local Slow Food Chapter!
November 12, 2011
Author and Social Psychologist Dr. Melanie Joy
Why We Love Dogs, Eat Pigs, and Wear Cows:
An Introduction to Carnism
Saturday, November 12th, 2011, 10:00 a.m.
The Green Sanctuary Committee of the Unitarian Universalist Congregation at Shelter Rock invites friends and neighbors throughout Long Island to this free presentation, with a light lunch to follow.
“The national UU Ethical Eating Core Team has commended Dr. Joy’s presentation as an excellent way to engage the topic of Ethical Eating. In her captivating slide show, Dr. Joy explains carnism, the invisible belief system that shapes our perception of the meat we eat, so that we love some animals and eat others without knowing why. Using powerful imagery, thought-provoking analyses, and a compelling narrative, Dr. Joy elucidates how, although unjust ideologies (racism, sexism, ableism, carnism, etc.) all are unique, the mentality that enables such interlocking systems is strikingly similar. When unnoticed, these ideologies can cause us to act against our core values, our own interests, and the interests of others.
Melanie Joy, Ph.D. Ed.M. is a Harvard-educated psychologist and professor of psychology and sociology at the University of Massachusetts, Boston, and is the leading researcher on carnism. Dr. Joy has written articles on psychology, animal protection, and social justice. She is a longtime activist for social and environmental justice and animal welfare, explains how carnism, like other unjust ideologies, is sustained by complex, hidden social and psychological mechanisms, and it is most harmful when unrecognized. Audiences appreciate Dr. Joy’s accessible, engaging and levelheaded approach, regardless of their dietary choices.
Age guidance for this presentation: 15 to adult.”
For more information, call Linda at 516.627.6560 ext. 141.
48 Shelter Rock Rd. Manhasset, NY 11030 (T) 516.627.6560 (F) 516.6276596 www.uucsr.org
November 10, 2011
The Sustainable Film Series at Molloy College
Thursday, November 10, Free admission
Part verité road trip, part exposé, part mystery and part showdown. GASLAND follows director Josh Fox on a 24-state investigation of the environmental effects of hydraulic fracturing. What he uncovers is mind-boggling: tap water so contaminated it can be set on fire right out of the tap; chronically ill residents with similar symptoms in drilling areas across the country; and huge pools of toxic waste that kill livestock and vegetation.
Vegan food and popcorn at 6:00.
Film starts at 7:00.
For directions: http://www.molloy.edu/about-molloy/visiting-molloy/suffolk-center.xml