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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

Slow Food Utah’s Annual Membership Meeting November 7th

Slow Food Utah will host its annual membership meeting on November 7th at 6:30 PM. We will gather at the Rico’s Foods Warehouse and enjoy a delicious dinner buffet thanks to Jorge and crew’s generous support. Board members will provide homemade desserts, and Board Chair Gwen Crist will share successes and a brief year-in-review. WeContinue Reading

Utah’s Beehive Art Exhibit

In 1980, then Utah State Folklorist Hal Cannon curated an art exhibit exploring the symbolism of the Beehive, especially here in Utah. The exhibit, The Grand Beehive, was on display at the Salt Lake Art Center for two months, and was accompanied by a book by the same title. The book is essentially a cataloguingContinue Reading

Slow Food Utah Features Ark of Taste Seeds at the 2013 People’s Market Seed Swap

It may be the depths of the Utah winter, but as we approach the end of January spring is closer than it seems. For gardeners and growers, its the perfect time to be pouring over seed catalogs, inspired and tempted by pretty pictures and delectable descriptions of page after page of edible plants and flowers.Continue Reading