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AgLocal Joins the Conscientious Consumer Movement

06/12/14 | by Laura O'Donohue | City, Farms

Newly launched AgLocal sources and delivers humane and naturally raised meat from family farms throughout the West Coast to your door.  The company is joining the movement toward more conscious consumerism by sourcing high quality, responsibly raised meat from family farms throughout the West Coast and delivering it directly to consumers’ doorsteps. Seeking to create [...]

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Sausage-Making Dinner at Tender Greens

Sausage-making at TenderGreens

02/02/14 | by Rena B Meyer | Slow Food SF Events

Ever made and then eaten your own sausage? Executive Chef Sean Canavan at Tender Greens taught and hosted a “slow sausage” class and dinner for our group of lucky sausage lovers recently. One German-style Bratwurst and a French Saussicon were on the menu, and we worked up an appetite grinding, mixing and stuffing the sausages, with Chef [...]

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George’s knows about seafood!

George's

08/09/13 | by Rena B Meyer | Slow Food SF Events

Our July Convivial Table took us to a little seafood gem smack in the Financial District: Georges. Seated in a special location below their impressive wine collection, our group of happy eaters enjoyed a menu by Chef Michael Bilger that included several items most of us had never had. Monkfish liver torchon, anybody? Tastes like [...]

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Tackling the Childhood Obesity Epidemic

Childhood Obesity

08/07/13 | by admin | Programs

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the number of children in the United States who are classed as obese has more than doubled between 1980 and 2010, and the number of adolescents has actually tripled. Worryingly, the figures show that over a third of children and adolescents were obese in 2010.

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