Archives: City

A Taste of School Lunch

02/13/10 | by slowfoodsf | City, Time for Lunch

The Institute of Medicine and Michelle Obama are taking on school lunches. As you’ll remember from our late summer campaign to renew and revamp the Child Nutrition Act, these school lunches reach more than 31 million kids and the other programs within the Child Nutrition Act provide breakfast, after school snacks, nutritional assistance, and more […]

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Harvesting the City with forageSF

01/24/10 | by slowfoodsf | City

If this past week’s rain has left you dreaming of wild mushrooms in the parks and hills of the Bay Area, then do as several Slow Food San Francisco members have done and check out forageSF. Brought to our attention both at the Volunteer Happy Hour and through emails from fellow blogger Laure Latham, forageSF […]

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Volunteering and Digging Deeper

01/21/10 | by slowfoodsf | City

Last night’s Volunteer Happy Hour was a huge success. Project One was a gracious host and everyone came despite the gloomy weather. This morning, Naomi is heading to three San Francisco schools to drop of funds for school gardens and many people expressed interest in volunteering to help support those school’s long-term Edible Schoolyard goals. […]

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Meat in the City

01/10/10 | by slowfoodsf | City

How does a “selective return to the habits of (our) Paleolithic ancestors” sound? What part of that life would you select? Well, look to the young, virile, and well-dressed New York thirty-something crowd for some suggestions.  Described in an article published today in the New York Times, this group calls themselves urban cavemen. The element […]

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