Sunday, February 27th, 11 am: Breadmaking 101 Join Slow Food Mohawk Valley chapter co-leader Joe Silberlicht for an afternoon of exploring dough and bread.
Participants will learn to make, from "scratch," three different types of bread. On the menu are naan, a traditional Indian flatbread; an Italian focaccia with herbs and onions; and a no-knead whole wheat loaf you can make "in 5 minutes a day." Class meets in the RCIL kitchen at 1607 Genesee Street in Utica on Sunday, February 27th from 11 a.m. until 3 pm...or until the last loaf is out of the oven. Limited to ten students.
Cost is $15. for members, $20. for non-members. E-mail Joe at email@example.com
Sunday, March 6th, 11 am:
Pie Baking 101
Join Celeste Friend and learn to make easy, flaky pie dough. Learn about a secret ingredient which makes the dough easy to work, and a French technique that creates nice flaky layers. Everyone will go home with dough ready for a pie, but not before having a tasty slice of pie for the road! The class meets in the kitchen on the lower level of RCIL, 1607 Genesee Street in Utica. Limited to ten students.
$15 for Slow Food members, $20 for non-members.
Email Celeste firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your spot.
Saturday, March 12th, 6 pm
Wandering Fork Dinner
hosted at The Farm
Second dinner of the Wandering Fork season . . .
Limited to 10, $20 pp with half the proceeds supporting Slow Food initiatives here locally.
The Farm's Kale & Local Cheese Enchiladas with our Tomoatillos & Jalepeno Sauce
topped with our Tomato Salsa, Maple Hill Creamery Plain Yogurt
Cayuga Pure Organics, Smokey Black Beans with Local Bacon
Seasoned Basmati Rice
Local Greens Salad
Coconut Flan made with our Eggs & Lace Sugar Cookies
Limited to a table for 10, call today for reservations: 315.895.0060
Or E-mail Laura at email@example.com
Friday, March 25th, 8am:
Coffee Klatch @ Cafe Domenico "Eating Locally in the Mohawk Valley: To kick off our new Coffee Klatch program, join Celeste Friend at Cafe Domenico in South Utica for a casual conversation about the satisfactions and challenges of eating locally. Although by no means a strict locavore, Celeste does source a lot of her food from local farmers and producers. Come join the conversation. Email Celeste at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information."
Sunday, April 10th, 4 pm:
Slow Food Potluck - McKwen Hall, Hamilton College You have no idea how great food & conversation can be until you experience a community-wide Slow Food Potluck meal . . .
The newly formed Slow Food Hamilton College campus chapter will be joining us this round. Potlucks are a do-not-miss event open to everyone. Bring a dish to share along with your plate, utensils and something to drink . . . we'll be sharing our ideas of Slow Food Mohawk Valley initiatives and want to hear what you wish to see happen. If it's not happening, it's because you're not doing it: plug in, plant some seeds and see what grows!
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