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Slow Food Santa Fe Food System Series: Food Security, Food Justice and Food Sovereignty

Santa Fe, NM (virtual) NM, United States

The 4th panel discussion in Slow Food Santa's Food System series addresses food security, food justice and food sovereignty and will be led by A-dae Romero-Briones, Director of Programs for Native Agriculture and Food Systems (Cochiti/Kiowa) First Nations Development Institute. New Mexico is one of the most food-insecure states in the country, and the COVID-19 […]

Mai‘a ‘Ho‘olaule‘a/Banana Festival

Waimea Valley, O'ahu Pikake Pavilion, 59-864 Kamehameha Hwy, Haleiwa, HI, United States

On Sunday November 13, from 11am-4pm, Hawai‘i Banana Source, Slow Food in Hawaii and Hawai'i SEED, with our partner Hi‘ipaka LLC, will host the free inaugural Mai‘a ‘Ho‘olaule‘a/Banana Festival in Waimea Valley, O‘ahu. While most of us are familiar with local apple bananas and the ubiquitous Central American Chiquita, few of us have ever eaten a Hawaiian banana or […]


Hawaii: Celebrating Cultural Food Traditions

City Slicker Farms 2847 Peralta Street, Oakland, CA, United States

For the first in our newest series, we will visit Hawaii. A series of islands that many California's say they know well, it's a place of deep indigenous knowledge, people fiercely connected to the land and a community that has influences from Japan and the US and Philippines and China and yet still maintains an […]

$45 – $90

Celebrating Cultural Food Traditions: Philippines

Korner Oakland 1014 Fruitvale Avenue, Oakland, CA, United States

Chefs: Reina Montenegro of Chef Reina Cleodia Martinez of Midsummer Kitchen Location: Korner Oakland in Fruitvale Partner Organization: Sama Sama Cooperative For our next stop of our CFTP dinners, we will visit the Philippines and feature two chefs deeply dedicated to flipping the narrative on the stereotypically pork filled Filipino dishes and presenting beautiful and […]

$45 – $90