Slow Food South Bay actively promotes goodclean and fair food for all.  

SLOW FOOD EVENT NEXT WEEK!

 

 

Slow Food South Bay Panel Discussion

“Eating Your Values”

How do we build a food system that reflects our deepest values?The current “Silicon Valley Eats: A Taste for Innovation” exhibit at the Los Altos History Museum  shares stories of the orchards and canneries of the Valley of Heart’s Delight, shows how food technologies were developed in Silicon Valley and celebrates today’s diversity of cuisine, while also putting a spotlight on the future of food.

With this in mind, Slow Food South Bay brings together local food experts and celebrities, Jesse Ziff Cool, owner of Jesse Cool Restaurants, author of seven cookbooks and a pioneer in the movement for organic, seasonal, local food; Sibella Kraus, founder of the San Francisco Ferry Plaza Farmers’ Market as well as SAGE (Sustainable Agriculture Education), which cultivates urban-edge places where farming and local fools culture can thrive; Peter Ruddock, a Slow Food California board president and Coordinator of the California Food Policy Council; and Blair Thompson, Hidden Villa’s Animal Husbandry Manager to discuss how our food choices can solve some of society’s biggest problems.

Thursday, August 15,

6:30 pm, Reception at Los Altos History Museum

7:00 pm, Panel Discussion at Los Altos Library

This event is free, but registration is encouraged.  Light refreshments will be served.

https://www.losaltoshistory.org/events/eating-your-values-panel-discussion/

 


**See the Slow Food South Bay Events Page for many upcoming local, community events, including educational classes and advocacy opportunities.**

Slow Food represents a growing movement of 100,000 members globally, 25,000 nationally, and over 100 in our South Bay chapter.

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