Deborah Madison to kick off fall season

September 25th, 2013 by Linda Elbert

Event with Deborah Madison at Chino Farms

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Supper Fundraising Event to Support Local Farmers and the Newport Beach Farmer’s Market, October 20th, 6-­‐8:30pm

September 20th, 2013 by Ted Wright

Join the Newport Beach Farmersʼ Market and Le Pain Quotidien Fashion Island for an inaugural celebration of local food and farmers. This special farm-to-table dining experience will feature local chefs participating at the farmersʼ marketʼs chef-to-farmer demonstration series program and local farmers who participate every Sunday at the farmersʼ market.
A three-course family style meal will be provided as well as non-alcoholic beverages. There will be a cash bar for beer and wine.

Local chefs will discuss their unique relationship with the farmersʼ market that includes: sourcing ingredients directly from farmers and demonstrating healthy fresh recipes for the local community at the farmersʼ market on Sundays.
Local farmers will provide “table talks” for an in-depth look at what it’s like to grow vegetables in Southern California, the trials and errors of local beekeeping, sustainable cattle ranching, and producing genuine California crushed and pressed extra-virgin olive oil.

For more information or to purchase tickets, please follow this link.

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September is Slow Food Membership Drive Month – New Incentives

September 19th, 2013 by Stacey Blaschke

Slow Food USA Membership Drive — New Incentives!
When you join Slow Food USA for only $60/individual or $100/family per year, you will receive: email updates, special discount offers and invitations, the bi-annual publications of Slow Food USA, and discounts on ALL ticketed Slow Food Orange County events.

And if you join or renew during the national membership drive, September 3-30, 2013, you will also receive a Southern California Local Food Wheel!  Under the new membership system, Slow Food Orange County will receive a portion of every single membership purchased or renewed — that is cash that will go directly into our local food economy.


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