Slow Food DC Winter Potluck Celebration, January 23, 2011

Kick off the new year and join SFDC for our annual meeting and potluck. All members are welcome, as is anyone who is interested in learning more about Slow Food. Please bring a potluck item to share. Understanding that getting something local is tougher this time of year as well as times being so tough anything you can contribute to the potluck is very much appreciated. You can RSVP here.

We will also be collecting non-perishable food items to donate to the Capital Area Food Bank, to help those in need. Please click here for a list of the Food Bank’s needs. We hope to see you there!

Site Info and times:

January 23, 2011 4-7 pm

Church of the Pilgrims
2201 P St. NW
Washington, DC

Click here to RSVP now!

Update: Just so you all know, we will have access to a kitchen if something needs to be warmed up.

Update 2: Will be shutting down RSVP’s at 2:45ish so we have a correct list going in. See you all there.

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5 Responses to Slow Food DC Winter Potluck Celebration, January 23, 2011

  1. Dennis Petrick says:

    It would be great if Slow Food DC would have chosen a (more) politically neutral site to have the winter pot luck. The Church of the Pilgrims is one of the most liberal churches in DC and as a conservative Northern Virginia, I cannot, as matter of conscience, attend this event. This is supposed to be about the food, not pushing an agenda!

    • Theo says:

      The venue was chosen because it was an affordable place that could hold the number of people we wanted, close to a metro. There was nothing political about it. A lot of folks are not able to drive to venues. We are sorry you are not going to attend due to political reasons.

      • Dennis Petrick says:

        Thank you for the reply and explanation. Sorry if my posting offended anyone but, this is DC and everything is political… well, 90% of everything anyway. Sometimes I forget that foodies are foodies and a pot-luck is a just pot-luck even in DC.

  2. Can we use serving dishes provided by the church or do we need to bring our own?

    • Theo says:

      We do not have enough, (there are 90 folks RSVP’d) plan on bringing your own, or serving from your container (which is fine).

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