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
June 11, 2014
If you’ve ever eaten at Blue Hill or Blue Hill at Stone Barns, you’ll know that Dan Barber is one of the most innovative chefs on the planet.He’s also one of the most influential—which is why the publication of his new book, The Third Plate, is making waves that extend way beyond the “foodie” community. Join him and “This American Life” host Ira Glass as he proposes a new pattern of eating rooted in cooking with and celebrating the whole farm—a cuisine as sustainable as it is delicious. Dan Barber will be selling and signing copies of his new book, The Third Plate, following the event.
June 5, 2014
The Best Party of the Season
Buy Tickets Now: www.SlowFoodNYC.org/fundraiser
Special Hosts: Mary Cleaver (Cleaver Co & The Green Table), Bill Telepan (Telepan Restaurant & Wellness in the Schools), Claude Arpels and Winsome Brown, Karen Auster, Jimmy Carbone, Jennifer Grossman, David Hsia, Richard McCarthy, and Adam & Pamela Riess
Party proceeds will support Slow Food NYC’s Urban Harvest Program.
Educational Initiatives that teach NYC children about the effects of good food on their health and well-being, the health of their communities, and the health of the planet. The program reaches over 1,500 school children each year in 16 schools and at our summer farm program in East New York.
Enjoy cocktails, good eats, live music, and mingle
with some of the finest folks in town
Party Admission (includes after-party): $130
After-Party Only Admission: $25
June 1, 2014
June 1st, Screening of “Take Back Your Power: Investigating the “Smart” Grid” (In Person: Filmmaker Josh del Sol)
Real-To-Reel Documentary Series sponsored by Ginger & Stewart Polisner
Take Back Your Power: Investigating the “Smart” Grid
In Person: Filmmaker Josh del Sol
“Take Back Your Power” investigates the erosion of rights in the name of “smart” and “green,” while navigating toward inspiring solutions.
Filmmaker and transparency advocate Josh del Sol will appear for q & a and reception following the screening.
$10 Members / $15 Public. Includes reception. Tickets can be purchased online, www.CinemaArtsCentre.org at the box office during theater hours or by calling Brown Paper Tickets at 1-800-838-3006
The 2013 NSA spying scandal exposed vast programs to monitor your personal communications. Now, energy utilities and governments are reaching into your own home, through fast-tracked “smart” meters and data-harvesting technology. But, what if you have a choice? At stake is in-home surveillance, increased bills, emerging health risks and more hacking vulnerabilities. With compelling insight from whistleblowers, researchers, government agents, lawyers, doctors and environmentalists, Josh del Sol’s award-winning documentary Take Back Your Power brings us on a journey — investigating the erosion of rights in the name
of “smart” and “green,” while navigating toward inspiring solutions. What you’ll discover will surprise, unsettle and ultimately empower you.
May 29, 2014
Brooklyn Uncorked has become one of the most popular events in New York City to kick off a summer of delicious fun.
Join Edible Brooklyn for an evening of sauntering around the incredible Skylight One Hanson, sipping from a wide assortment of award-winning New York state wines and feasting on some of the finest fare in Brooklyn (and Manhattan).
Food vendors include:
1 Knickerbocker, Allswell, Battery Harris, Benchmark Restaurant, Emily, Gramercy Tavern,home/made bklyn, Hunter’s, La Vara, Marco Polo Ristorante, Murray’s Cheese Bar, Nightingale 9, No. 7, Orwashers Bakery, Palo Santo and Taco Santo, Red Gravy, Rose Water, Runner & Stone, The Cleaver Co. and The Green Table, The Dogwood, The Good Fork, The Saint Austere, Three Letters, Watty & Meg, Whole Foods Market, and more…
Small plates will be paired with wine from:
Brooklyn Winery, Lieb Cellars, Martha Clara Vineyards, Roanoke Vineyards, One Woman Wines, Raphael, Bouquet, Sherwood House, Channing Daughters, Baiting Hollow Farm and Vineyard, Palmer Vineyards, Finger Lakes Wine Alliance, Wölffer Estate Vineyard and more…
May 23, 2014
Everything we’ve been told about food and exercise for the past 30 years is dead wrong. FED UP is the film the food industry doesn’t want you to see. From Katie Couric, Laurie David (Oscar winning producer of AN INCONVENIENT TRUTH) and director Stephanie Soechtig, FED UP will change the way you eat forever
(USA, 2014, 92 min., color)
May 22, 2014
Modern animal farms are struggling to keep a secret. Most of the animals used for food in the U.S. are raised in factories hidden deep in remote areas of the countryside. Speciesism: The Movie Director Mark Devries set out to investigate. The documentary takes viewers on a sometimes funny, sometimes frightening adventure, crawling through the bushes that hide these factories, flying in airplanes above their toxic “manure lagoons,” and coming face-to-face with their owners.
As it’s title suggests, the film questions whether an animal’s life holds more value than a human life, and asks: just because we can control other beings, should we? Speciesism: The Movie brings viewers face-to-face with the leaders of this developing movement, and, for the first time ever on film, fully examines the purpose of what they are setting out to do. Interviews from scholarly figures like Richard Dawkins, Sherry Colb, and Gary Francione take Devries’ arguments home, and add to the film’s credibility.
To RSVP or for
more info call 516.323.4510