Author Archives: Richard Naples

Meema’s New Year’s Lentil Soup

Slow Food DC is starting a new blog series about our favorite recipes! We hope you’ll get to know our board members through what we like to eat. This recipe comes from our outgoing secretary, Laura. Below is her interpretation … Continue reading

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Slow Food DC Snail of Approval Award Spotlight: P&C Market

Across the street from the west side of Lincoln Park in Capitol Hill, you’ll find one of the winners of our Snail of Approval Awards: P&C Market. P&C is the perfect place to nip in and grab a coffee and … Continue reading

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Soups On! Soup Making Class on Dec. 4

Treat yourself—and your holiday guests—to some lush winter soups! What: Soup Class When: Sunday, December 4, 2011 5pm to 9pm Where: Maple Avenue Market, at 128 Maple Avenue, E, Vienna, VA 22180 Katharine Mardirosian, the clever owner of 100 Bowls … Continue reading

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Committee Fair: November 6th

As always, there are many ways for you to become involved with Slow Food DC! We will be holding a very important committee fair on Sunday, November 6, from 1:30 to 3:00 pm at the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial … Continue reading

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Food Day Activities: Attend an Event

Searching “Washington, DC” on the Food Day website will give you over 100 events happening right here in the beltway! While Slow Food DC hasn’t organized a specific event for Food Day, we are hoping you will find plenty of … Continue reading

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Food Day Activities: Eating Out

Food day is Monday, October 24th. One way to be involved is to spend your money supporting local, organic, good food. 2011 is the first year that Slow Food DC is sponsoring the Snail of Approval Award. We opened nominations … Continue reading

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Food Day Activities: Organize Lunch

Food Day is generating a lot of talk out there. Just search the event lists on the Food Day website and you can see there’s plenty of ways to become involved. The official day is Monday October 24th, but no … Continue reading

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Gleaning

Ever wonder what happens to the produce not sold at your Farmers’ Market? Many markets have a tradition of providing much of the produce that doesn’t sell and can’t be stored to organizations that work on food access. But how … Continue reading

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University of Gastronomic Sciences Italian Happy Hour at Coppi’s

Have you ever dreamed about attending the University of Gastronomic Sciences in Italy’s northern Piedmont region? Founded by Slow Food International in 2004, this unique school offers a variety of undergraduate and graduate programs in food culture and communication (including … Continue reading

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Beer Drinking for a Cause

The Neighborhood Farm Initiative is having their Second Annual Homebrew Harvest! This fundraiser has a suggested donation of $10 at the door and helps support the great work the NFI does. Date: Sunday, October 23 Time: 3 to 6 PM … Continue reading

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