Slow Food Potluck Lunch + Learn: All About Fish Peppers!
Common Good City Farm, 300 V St NW, Washington, DC 20001
Saturday, March 30 from 11:00am-1:00pm

We are super excited to team up with Snail winner Common Good City Farm and Soilful City for a special event about fish peppers! Originating in the Caribbean, fish peppers have deep roots in the mid-Atlantic region’s African American communities, traditionally used in fish-based dishes. The fish pepper is also featured in Slow Food’s Ark of Taste, a living catalog of delicious and distinctive foods facing extinction.

Join us on March 30 for a delicious potluck lunch (featuring fish stew!), a tasting of unique hot sauces, and an informative talk about these ingredients and dishes are a key part of our region’s culinary history. This event is free and open to the public, but let us know you’re coming by registering here.

2 thoughts on “Events

  1. Kathy Sykes

    I believe there is a mistake for the event at the Bowen Farmstead. Is if Saturday of Sunday? The 23rd is a Sunday? My husband and I just joined the DC chapter and were thinking about coming. Thank you, Kathy Sykes

  2. Nina Craig

    Bring #the Siouxchef to DC. How to cook with indigenous foods from the woods, the bay, the meadows. No butter, salt pepper.


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