Monthly Archives: September 2011

Taste tested, snail approved

Yesterday marked the first ever Slow Food DC “Snail of Approval” awards ceremony, and what a ceremony it was — an opportunity to celebrate 40 local purveyors of responsibly produced, meticulously crafted, and downright delectable food. The rain held off, … Continue reading

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KEEP IT REAL! cook something

I need to set higher goals. In my last post I summarized my time in school food service over the last few years and ended with a goal of meeting the First Lady. I met her this past Saturday. Now … Continue reading

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DOWN SOUTH:Dinner and Presentation on Foodways

Learn about our Southern heritage and enjoy a truly delicious Southern meal on Sunday, October 2, 6:30 p.m at Georgia Brown’s, 950 15th St., NW, Washington, DC. Tickets for the dinner and presentation on African America Foodways cost $50 for … Continue reading

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Dirty Pop…..baby, baby, you can’t stop

Soda was everywhere. In my last three years working with schools I have never seen such a high rate of soda consumption until this year. And I’m not just talking about soda at lunch or in the classroom. I’m talking … Continue reading

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1st Annual Snail of Approval Awards Party

Update: this event is sold out. Come Celebrate with Us! 4-7 pm Sunday September 25, 2011* on the patio of Poste Moderne Brasserie, 555 8th St. NW, Washington DC Purchase tickets in advance ($30 for Slow Food DC members, $35 … Continue reading

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