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2011 Slow Food Santa Cruz Board Candidates

Posted by on Dec 30, 2010 in board, event | Comments Off

We are pleased to announce the 2011 Slow Food Santa Cruz board candidates!  We asked each candidate to answer the following questions and what appears below are their answers.  Take a look at what this talented group has to offer – 2011 is going to be an exiting year for anyone at the Slow Food SC table!  Be sure to attend our Annual Meeting to learn more and find out how you can help out. Why are you interested in serving on the Chapter Board of SFSC? What is your top priority for SFSC in 2011? What can you bring to the SFSC Chapter Board? Allison Clark – Chair I got involved with...

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Join the Slow Food Santa Cruz Board!

Posted by on Nov 17, 2010 in event | Comments Off

Join the Slow Food Santa Cruz Board!

Do you love the food of Santa Cruz County? Do you want more people to know about and celebrate our heritage foods? Do you want to increase access to good, clean, fair food for our community? Join the Slow Food Santa Cruz Chapter Board! This year’s Board laid the ground work for the next group to hit the ground running. With a sharp website, official bylaws, a snazzy market banner, and a buzz in the community, the next Board can dedicate their time to showing Santa Cruz what Slow Food brings to the table! Learn more and apply...

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Calabaza en Tacha

Posted by on Oct 2, 2010 in event, recipe | Comments Off

Recipe courtesy of Betsy McNair, My Mexico Tours Calabaza en Tacha 1 4 – 5 lbs Pumpkin 8 Cinnamon sticks 4 cups water 2 lbs Piloncillo (Mexican unrefined brown sugar, often in cone form. Available in all our latino markets.) Cut the pumpkin into wedges. Remove seeds and strings. With a sharp knife cut some slashes into the pulp so the syrup can get in. You can get creative here if you like. Put the sugar in a pan with the cinnamon and water. Bring to a boil and stir until the piloncillo has dissolved. (I added the peel of a clemetine because I had it, but you could also use orange peel...

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Record-Breaking Turn Out to Clean Up Beach!

Posted by on Sep 29, 2010 in event | Comments Off

Record-Breaking Turn Out to Clean Up Beach!

Over 40 people arrived early on a beautiful  Saturday morning to clean up Black’s Beach. The day included a talk from Lisa from the National Marine Sanctuary about the connection between clean beaches, clean fisheries and clean food.

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Slow Food Santa Cruz In Sentinel!

Posted by on Sep 29, 2010 in event | Comments Off

Thanks to The Butcher, The Baker and the Wedding Cake Maker for a mention of Slow Food Santa Cruz in today’s Santa Cruz Sentinel article!

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