Past Events Archive
Tuesday, December 18, 2012
Via Italia Trattoria, Encinitas
July 14th, 2012
Paella Cooking Class
Paella Class with Susanna Llop
Saturday July 14, 2012
at Edge of Urban Farm, Bonsall
Hosted by Scott and Laura Murray
Susanna’s fantastic paella pan and burner. Susanna will guide you through the steps to create a perfect paella. The class is held outside overlooking the beautiful San Luis Rey River Valley.
THE 2012 FRENCH AMERICAN
In the spirit of the ‘1976 Judgment of Paris’ wine competition, when American wines beat the French in a blind tasting, the San Diego Alliance-Francaise
http://www.afsandiego.org and the Ramona Valley Vineyard Association (RVVA) http://www.ramonavalleyvineyards.org/ along with a distinguished panel of judges picked a winner from 3 wines of similar pedigree from France and Ramona as the “Judges’ Choice”.
April 13, 2012
57 Degrees Wine Bar
at 1735 Hancock Street in San Diego.
Two dates in 2012
Sunday, Feb 19th
Tuesday, March 6th
Seed Starting Workshop at
Be Wise Ranch
March 13, 2012
Local Habit Dinner
for a showcase of local farm and local brews!
The restaurant is located at
3827 5th Avenue, San Diego, CA. 92103
Vegetarian option is available for the dinner entree
- We have are using taste from some of the best local farms and pairing them with exceptional locally produced beers.
- 1st Course: Fried Avocado with Springhill Cheese Fondue and Pt Loma Farms Arugula (Stone Pale Ale)
- 2nd Course: Sonrise Ranch Oso Bucco with Roasted Proios Potatoes and Suzies Carrots (Alesmith Wee Heavy)
- 2nd Course (Veg Option): Roasted Suzie’s Cauliflower and Almond Gratin (Iron Fist Dubbel Fisted)
- 3rd Course: Carbonated Stehly Strawberries with Pt Reyes Bleu Cheese and Smit Farms Walnuts
(Hess Ex Umbris Stout)
UPDATE: IMPORTANT EYE GNAT SITUATION!
support our local Organic Farm
On February 2, 2012, Time: 6 to 7 PM there was an informational meeting held at
L.R. Green Elementary School
located at 3115 Las Palmas Ave. Escondido Ca 92025
link to the background information
Slow Food San Diego Natale Dinner
was on Tuesday, December 6, 2011
The Flying Pig Pub and Kitchen
626 South Tremont Street, Oceanside, CA 92054
We asked the chef to go all out for us! and he did.
CCOF Organic Food Symposium 2011
Meet local farmers, learn about what is going on in the world of organic agriculture, find out about opportunities in organic farming through share cropping, and enjoy a gourmet farm-to-table lunch.
When: November 5, 2011
Where: Vista Antique Gas & Steam Engine Museum
2040 North Santa Fe Avenue, Vista
Garden Work Day and Potluck Lunch
at Teri Inc.,
Saturday, October 22, 2011
Find out about Food Day
October 24th, 2011
Ninth Annual Celebrate The Craft at The Lodge at Torrey Pines,
Sunday, October 30, 2011
Moonlight Beach Picnic/Potluck, October 9th, 2011
Bring your beach blanket, picnic utensils and favorite item to grill or potluck dish and relax with us at Moonlight Beach in Encinitas on a Sunday evening.
This event is just for fun when we get a chance to enjoy our lovely ocean and San Diego climate while sharing some good food.
Extraordinary Artisan Table
Sponsored by “Slow Food Temecula Valley”.
Dinner – on the farm – during harvest. Click the logo image to download poster, October 1st, 2011
|Peltzer Pumpkin Farm
Temecula, CA 92591
A truly memorable supper, especially with pig races going on while we chow down – should be a hoot to say the least.
The dinner benefits our new pilot program for Middle schools – Edible Schoolyard! Very EXCITING…!!
About: Farm harvest supper at Peltzer Farms in Temecula wine country
2 guys + 1 chick: Alex Carballo • DeanThomas • Leah Delyte
See a movie about the sponsors of the event – “E.A.T” on You Tube.
Vista Farmers Market 30th Birthday Celebration
Saturday, September 24
Location: 325 S Melrose Drive (Vista Courthouse)
“The Vista Farmers Market created the model that inspired others,” says Mark Wall, market manager, “and now this market is celebrating three decades of helping local farmers and building community.” The every-Saturday market will feature two live bands and street performers (think stilt-walkers, fire-eaters, jugglers) during its 30th anniversary party on Saturday September 24th. As one of the first 25 farmers markets… in the state (there are now 729) the Vista Farmers Market is larger than ever . . . with over 90 farmers, food-makers, craftspeople, and marketers. Forty-five real farmers are represented at the market each week, along with food-makers selling a large variety of juices, dips, sauces, breads, dog treats, cakes, cookies, brownies, salsa, cheese, meats, and various treats. “This market changes every week, as farm produce comes into, and goes out of, season,” according to Wall, “and food entrepreneurs try out new items with our 2,000 weekly customers.”
The Vista Farmers Market operates every Saturday, year-round,
from 8 am to 12 noon at the County Courthouse at
325 South Melrose Drive, in the City of Vista.
TAKE THE CHALLENGE, 9/17/2011
Pledge to share a fresh, healthy meal that costs less than $5,
– because slow food shouldn’t have to cost more than fast food.”
Potluck & General Meeting
Saturday April 30
Location: Coral Tree Farm
Cost: $5 donation at the door
Join us for a tour of the Coral Tree Farm by owner Laurel Mehl. Also on the agenda: a round table discussion of the “Challenges and Pleasures of Small Urban Farming” and a fundraiser for the “Water Upgrade for the Farm”. Bring your blanket, chair, table service, and drinks for a potluck. Potluck assignments according to last name are A-F Appetizers; G-M Side Dish; N-S Main Entree; T-Z Dessert. Carpool information to follow. Please RSVP to this event.
Spring Fresh Tastes & Demos
Sunday March 27, 2011
Location: Harvard Cookie Girl
Cost: $25, buy tickets in advance at Brown Paper Tickets.
Let’s welcome the fresh produce of the season and discover tasty ways to enjoy it…slowly!
Come to the Harvard Cookie Girl kitchens after the La Jolla Open Aire Market on Sunday, March 27th, 2011
for “Spring Fresh Tastes & Demos.” Click here for more information: Harvard Cookie Girl Tastes & Demos.
Screening of Food Fight
Tuesday, February 22
Location: University of San Diego (USD)
USD is proud to announce Food Fight, a groundbreaking documentary about the food industry, will be shown on campus. Following the film, there will be an expert panel discussion including the director of the film, Chris Taylor. Also enjoy a reception featuring local culinarians from the San Diego Slow Food movement. We hope to see you at the showing! Please RSVP to this free event via Facebook at USD Food Fight. Click here for more information: USD Screening of Food Fight.
Annual Slow Food San Diego Holiday Dinner
Monday December 6
Location: Via Italia Trattoria
Cost: $50 for members (please enter the code “foodies” for your member discount price), $55 for nonmembers. (Includes tax and tip. Alcohol not included.)
Click here for details on the SFSD Holiday Dinner menu.
Celebrate the season with good food and conviviality at the Annual Slow Food San Diego Holiday Dinner. Enjoy an artisanal Holiday Dinner with us at Via Italia Trattoria. Owner Paolo Pedrazzani is planning a delicious regional Italian menu including hand-made pasta using his Torchio pasta press. Limited to 60 Guests, so get your tickets now! Click here to purchase your tickets through Brown Paper Tickets.
Slow Food San Diego – Glean Day – Share the Harvest
Saturday, September 25; 5:00 PM
Location: Stone Brewing Company
SFSD is organizing community gleaning groups in the towns of Vista, Carlsbad, Oceanside, San Marcos, Escondido, and Poway, connecting with local farmers and backyard gardeners to help collect their excess produce and donate to the local food bank in North County. Everyone will meet after a “day of gleaning” at the collectoin location, Stone Brewing Company, at 5 PM, to consolidate and distribute. Following our great gleaning, we will celebrate with great brewing! For more information, contact Susan Thoen at email@example.com.
Farm Tour at the Hillebrecht Family Farm, 2 hrs
Free tour of the Hillebrecht Family Farm.
Sunday, July 11, 2010
Location: Hillebrecht Family Farm
Food and drinks may be purchased.
Farmers Laura Hillebrecht and John Kapusnik have been farming for multiple generations in the Escondido area. Their produce include corn, tomatoes, citrus, avocados, peaches, apricots, plums, melons, beans, herbs and other fruits and vegetables. The Farm Stand West will be the location for the farm tour and get together. Website with map and more information are available from: The Farm Stand West
Screening of “End of the Line”
Movie: Filmed across the world and featuring top scientists, this documentary reveals the devstating impact of overfishing on our oceans.
Sunday, June 6, 2010
Location: Stone Brewing World Bistro & Gardens
$10 per person
Buy tickets in advance through Brown Paper Tickets
Bring your lawn chair and blanket, and dress for evening weather too!
Your ticket is good for a 16 oz. Stone beer, wine, or bottled specialty soda.
A portion of the proceeds will be donated to Passionfish.org to support ocean and seafood sustainability education and to the SFSD Terra Madre 2010 Fund.
Slow Food San Diego is turning foster teens into farmers. The 2005 annual August fundraiser at Orfila Vineyard launched a sustainable garden headed by board member Scott Murray who is a farmer and teacher at San Pasqual Academy. Slow Food funds were matched by various other local donors. The project, which located on Academy grounds, includes orchards and groves. It is expected to expand to 120-acres and plans are to supply local area restaurants.
San Pasqual Academy is an alternative residential and education option for San Diego County foster teens. Slow Food San Diego is committed to awakening young people to the enjoyment and health benefits of wholesome food. Scott replaced their break junk food with wholesome snacks. At first, kids were skeptical about this new venture; now, they want to know how to get into this cool class. It shows a little love can bring new life back into both the land and the teens who are helping to revive it. The sustainable farm also teaches them about nutrition, ecologically sound food production and gives them a sense of positive accomplishment through land stewardship.