Wasatch Community Garden’s First 2014 Food Talks Lecture Tomorrow

Wasatch Community Garden will host their first Food Talks lecture, “Is Food Diversity an Illusion?”, this Tuesday, 7:00 p.m., at the Downtown City Library. Presented by Phil Howard, Associate Professor of Community Sustainability at Michigan State University.

Food Talks lecture series will be held April through September, second Tuesday of each month. For more information visit, http://wasatchgardens.org/events/food-talks/food-diversity.

All lectures are free. We hope to see you there!

 

Welcome Spring with Love Utah Give Utah Day

The 2014 spring equinox arrives today in Utah, with the forecast for lovely weather. With spring flowers blooming and trees budding out, its a great time to start seeds, and to get outside in the garden. It is also the second Love Utah Give Utah Day, created by the Community Foundation of Utah to encourageContinue Reading

Ark of Taste Seeds Available at People’s Market Seed Swap

Once again this year, Slow Food Utah will have a table at the People’s Market Seed Swap. The event is from 2-6 PM Saturday, January 25th at the Sorenson Unity Center in Salt Lake City (California Avenue at 900 West). We will be distributing sampler packs of vegetable seeds listed on the Slow Food USAContinue Reading

2014 Slow Food Utah Micro-grant Applications due by February 15

The Board of Slow Food Utah is pleased to announce that we will be accepting 2014 micro-grant applications now through February 15th. We dedicate the proceeds of the annual Feast of Five Senses benefit dinner to this program, as well as some additional funds from generous donors and sponsors. Over the years, micro-grants have supportedContinue Reading

Tonight’s “Lidia Celebrates America” Features Chef Freddie Bitsoie and Navajo-Churro Lamb

Kathy Stevenson’s story in Sunday’s Salt Lake Tribune previews tonight’s episode of the PBS food show, “Lidia Celebrates America,” which will air at 9 PM MST on KUED Channel 7.  One segment of particular interest was filmed on the Navajo reservation and will feature chef Freddie Bitsoie preparing traditional Navajo-Churro lamb with juniper. The episodeContinue Reading